I'm so touched, read what a life Coach and Motivational Speaker, Solomon Buchi Bartholomew, wrote while he shared these beautiful pre-wedding photos of a man with a physical body problem - dwarfism and his beautiful bride-to-be, to encourage people on building their self-esteem.
Read what he wrote.
Always remember that you're someone's choice; just the way you are, without editing or recreation. You're everything someone needs, and your flaws will be beautiful to them. Never for a moment regret how you look, or the natural features you came with. People will make jest of your big nose, small ear, short nature, fat body, but believe me when I say your flaws beautify you. To feel bad about them is to feel bad about your selling point.
Cool. Some folks don't like it. But there's someone who'd die for you for just the same reason others left you.
Build your esteem with your own words of value. You're beautiful. Deserving of love. Enough. And someone's choice.
It's okay if they reject you. Someone's praying to have you.
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