When I was in college, my English professor said something that has stuck with me ever since. She said “does someone love you because you’re beautiful? Yes. But do they love you for the right reasons?” Isn’t that a profound question? We all want to be loved for who we are- not just our looks or what we do. Our physical appearance can only get us so far if it doesn’t match up with our personality and values. So would someone really love you for who you are on the inside?
do i love you because you’re beautiful
this is a question that has stuck with me ever since my college professor said it during one of her lectures, “does someone love you because your beautiful? Yes. But do they love you for the right reasons?” isn’t that an interesting question to ponder? we all want to be loved for who we are, not just our looks or what we do.
physical appearance can only get us so far if it doesn’t match up with our personality and values. does someone really love you on the inside?
I was thinking about this question the other day when my sister asked me “does he like me because i’m beautiful?” at first, I didn’t know how to answer since she’s always been beautiful ever since she could remember – but then I realized that her beauty is more than skin deep… She has a kind heart and big intelligence too! Sure enough, with time, he fell hard for her after getting to know all of those qualities which make her truly beautiful on the inside.
So I would say that someone loves you because of your beauty, but they love everything about you and not just how you look.
Does he like me because i’m beautiful?
“I don’t know… do I?” We all want to be loved for who we are, not just our looks or what we do – physical appearance can only get us so far if it doesn’t match up with our personality and values. But once a person gets to know more than their first impressions or expectations of another person’s character after seeing them in one light alone (like “beautiful”), they’ll find themselves falling madly in love with an individual’s true self without ever realizing why at first! In
In the end, it’s your true self that will win the love of another person.
“The real question is: do I like you because you’re beautiful?” We have all been on a date where we were convinced that our dates liked us for who they saw before them in one light alone (their physical appearance) and not their personality or values. But eventually meeting someone for the first time can only get so far if neither individual feels anything more than mere infatuation with what other people see when looking at them – which doesn’t last long! In the end, there has to be something inside each other to make this relationship work, otherwise, both individuals are left feeling just as lonely as they did when they had nobody else but themselves by their side.
“The truth is, I might not look this way if it weren’t for you.” It’s quite possible that any given person would like us and love every single inch of our being because they don’t need to see the surface level beauty in order to find something else that sparks their interest and makes them want to carry on a conversation with us. And while we may think about how much more beautiful someone will be when they wake up tomorrow or after some exercise, perhaps what really matters here (and always does) is who loves you the most – no matter what form your body takes!
Being loved for anything other than yourself can never last very long. So do me a favor: go out there and meet people who love you for all of the right reasons.
“I feel like if I met somebody new, they wouldn’t really care how often I work out because it’s not what they’re attracted to.” That is a great thing to know! You have found someone who values your brain and heart for their own sake; enjoy that relationship as much as possible without worrying about the surface attractions or any other issues that may pop up where one person might be more attractive than the other.
It takes time to get used to feeling loved in ways that are different from those we may expect when growing up with our parents’ unconditional affection towards us. But being able to find people who value you on so many levels will do wonders for getting over whatever