Women and Beauty “How to look beautiful all the time” if you would of write an article about beauty with this title, I ca assure you that it is going to get people attentions specially women. Some people think beauty is only what you can see outside women bodies that’s what people really care about this days. Women are always into fashion and looking beautiful all the time, they don’t even care about how much money they spend on those tons of makeup and beauty products. Instead man only care about two things; sports and cars. Women care a lot more than men about their appearance, maybe it is just like the article say women have a tendency to have a low self-esteem.
Although it is fundamental to human nature to be attracted to physical beauty and this beauty deserves to be recognized, the extent to which we as a society value it and hold it accountable for success in life inaccurately leads us to believe beauty is the ultimate advantage in life. The aspiration to possess physical beauty today drives people, especially women, to go to extremes in the hope of finally being beautiful enough to satisfy the expectations of others, especially the media. Humans are naturally attracted to beauty, especially in other humans. The reason for this is our subconscious desire to extend our own lineages into the future. Beauty plays into this because beautiful people are treated better than those society deems less
We believe what these advertisements claim, and we buy the products. After using the product, we begin to compare ourselves to the so called "beautiful people" in the advertisement and soon realize that we do not measure up. We learn from a very early age that it seems our bodies are inferior to the rest of the world's. The advertisement industry and the media have the power to influence our opinion on what we see as being beautiful. Advertisements dictate what we must look like in order to be accepted in a world so obsessed with body image.
Success is often thought to be the product of creativity, leadership and attitude. While many successful people possess these qualities they are not the building blocks of success. To become outstanding in a crowd of average people a person must be talent and willing to work hard in his field of choice, most importantly though, he or she must be lucky. Every successful person from the dawn of humanity until this very moment is the product of favorable odds. Works Cited Gladwell, Malcolm.
Someone who has pride thinks they can do great things and they are right if they have a great soul. On the other hand, there are people who think they can do great things, but they are not great souled. These people are in vain. Also, you could say that you underestimate yourself and not be able to do great things. Great souled people usually want big honors since they can do great things.
Finally, let 's be real What 's the point, if we expect others to be real, but we ourselves are not? Let us be honest and real here to accept that this is how the world operates. There would still be people, who would misunderstand, underestimate us, treat people as resources and seek problems in everything we do. Let that not affect us from being what we are and what we do. Keep getting better and keep getting
Incompatibility of Truth and Happiness Happiness is intangible, not bought or measured but is what people seek the most in life. Happiness is knowledge, it is fulfillment and when not obtained can leave one feeling worthless. In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley happiness is a predominant theme in the novel and is what the world state prioritizes to maintain peace and order. Truth must be sacrificed in order for happiness to be obtained. As shown in Brave New World by the world leaders genetically creating citizens, suited to a particular job and who prefer it to anything else, the Elimination of human and scientific truth’s to escape suffering and the consumption of soma used to avoid facing the truth and reject sadness.
I believe the Utilitarian idea of maximizing the good of the whole is also not feasible, on account of everyone not agreeing on what makes them the most happy. The Kantinisen sense of duty is discredited in the same way, on account of everyone's sense of duty being different. Although there will never be a moral or ethical theory that clearly includes all cultures as morally right, the Relativist theory is by far the most sensible solution offered to us at this time.
Yet he presents to us the notion that even reason has its limitations and is only as good as the person who analyzes the situation. There is no perfect society, no perfect individual, and certainly no Utopia, but that does not mean that we should not strive toward that end. When we use reason, a perfect state of society, or a perfect individual is by no means guaranteed, but at least it's a step in the right direction. Works Cited: More, Thomas. Utopia, ed.
“Every girl deserves to feel good about herself and see how beautiful she really is- physical beauty is a false concept, and, at the same time, falsely equating beauty with goodness and self-worth. If you don’t see perfection in the mirror, it suggests, you’ve been duped by the media and suffer from low self-esteem.” (Postrel, 2007). We live in a society where girls need to be six feet tall and a size two to be considered beautiful, a society where men have fixed ideas of a perfect women; an unattainable beauty that is both destructive and unhealthy. As seen in American The Beautiful, for years now society has placed so much importance on physical appearance and disregarded the things that truly make a woman beautiful. But who is really to