In a plain language and straightforward sense expressed with the heart of honesty – no one is ugly, no one is beautiful & perfect.
This is not another religious teaching, boring Sunday school iterate, unnecessary civility or public camouflage, no, the plain truth remains – no one is really ugly.
This is not a language class so I will not start with the “definition ugly”.
As an experienced Java, Python, VB backend developer and front-end designer, I’ve came across various programs which collectively have taught me a remarkable lesson of beauty and imperfection.
No matter how you see it, no matter how the old saying of “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” is to you. No one is ugly, no one is perfect.
The ranging issues here is the biggest loophole in humanity – rigidity, lapses in judgement, short-sightedness, unstable reasonings, epileptic understanding…
See, it’s high time we look beyond our rigid reasoning in making judgemental calls. Beauty is not just about pointed nose, don’t tag whoever does not have pointed nose as “ugly” and understand the plain fact that will not all have pointed nose. Being tall does not denote beauty, being short doesn’t mean ugly. You might take slim people as beautiful while others take plump ones beautiful. Ugly is not opposite to your views of beauty. The most amazing thing about human appearance is the diversity of identity and appearance. One can look an exact opposite of the other and still beautiful.
Strength and weakness, high and low is the constant thing that exists in all, a good reason we needed each other and clear indication that we cannot exist on our own. We all are like pieces of an artefact that needs a combination to make whole.
The saying of inner beauty is fact, there are people with beautiful souls you can’t resist. Being with you such people brings out the best in you. These people may not have pointed nose, figure 8 etc but getting to know them will in most cases expose exactly what you are lacking.
I have seen people with inner peace, these set of people are so beautiful inwardly that they always attract your soul like a magnet does to iron.
I can go on and on with this but let a clear point being made, we cannot exist on our own. No one is ugly, no one is beautiful and perfect. Look beyond the surface for judgment, what you think and the way you see things must not always be the fact.
No one is truly ugly and will ever be.