VANITY IS USELESS

I realize that vanity is sometimes not so useless or negative ... if balanced it is not.
I think that for us women it is important to feel beautiful on certain occasions, to be sure of ourselves, to feel admired.
But all of this doesn't have to be an obsession.
That is, if a woman always talks about her external appearance or if she often shows off with photos and images of herself, it means that there is something wrong.
Vanity arises from a weakness, from the lack of self-esteem that makes you seek your own security by attracting the attention of others.
But if at first a vain woman can be intriguing then over time the thing gets tired.
How come?
Tired because those who put only themselves in the spotlight means that they are self-centered and therefore in a relationship they are not interested in knowing the other but only showing off with everyone.
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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. For the Love of God, We are all God's Breath
    Nov 06, 2022 @ 17:36:35

    Vanity only becomes vein when a woman no longer appears natural in her appearance. She appears a doll whose art is created not grown from her already natural beauty less the flaws. I want to look my best at the same time being who I am with and without make up. The difference should not be so dramatic you are unfamiliar to yourself.

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  2. Elena Delle Selve
    Nov 06, 2022 @ 18:22:06

    L’insicurezza è al centro di questa moda dell’apparire; se non appari, non esisti e questo spaventa a morte chi non punta su null’altro che l’involucro esterno. Tutto questo ha un fondo di infinita tristezza, perché è fondato su un gelido vuoto. E io non giudico, ma sento spesso molta compassione; questo sì.

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  3. Conny Lundberg
    Nov 07, 2022 @ 10:18:25

    Reblogged this on Life, Death and all between.

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  4. hena tayeb
    Nov 07, 2022 @ 21:08:00

    Well said. I agree.

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  5. Kinga K.
    Nov 08, 2022 @ 09:17:51

    Impressive

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