Beauty Beyond Belief

I was wandering around on the internet late at night, and I saw the photograph of a girl.  I clicked on the photograph of this girl, and I then saw a photograph of her in a very minimal bikini.  I looked at this photograph of her, and I admired how perfect her body was.  Here is this photograph:

L'ubka boat

I admired this photograph of her, and then I read what she wrote:

“The foundation of love, is understanding. From here other components grow outwards like tree branches; trust, loyalty, honesty, non-judgement, kindness, compassion, joy and friendship. All these things create a love that continues to expand. The more you water and nurture your love, the more it will grow and the healthier and happier it will be. This relates to self love and understanding ones-self. This relates to the love you have for your friends and family; understanding others. This relates to a romantic love – your intimate relationships; understanding that someone elses pain is your pain too, similarly their happiness is also your own. And it also refers to the collective love we share; the interconnectedness and unconditional compassion and empathy we share as human beings; understanding we are never alone and our main purpose here on earth is simply to construct and design vast webs of kindness, warmth and gentleness with as many other people as we can. Our one and only mission here is to love and to be loved. To submit to the beating beneath our breasts and sacrifice our own ego for the well-being of others.
That’s all this life is. That is why we were given permission to breathe; so we could come face to face with other beings, harmonise our breaths with theirs, press our hearts against one another and truly understand that we are all one. We are all tiny stars, glowing in solitude. Yet when we come together, we become a galaxy full of light and love.”

Did you read that?  I believe that she wrote this herself, and English is not even her first language.  You might doubt that this is her in the photograph, or that this is her writing, but she has more photographs of herself, and more things that she wrote, which I will show later.

It is amazing when I find someone like this, a girl that is so beautiful, so intelligent, so thoughtful.  But it is also very saddening to me when I see this.  Living in this prison work camp town, things like this don’t exist here, it’s just ugliness and meanness.

Update 3/8/18:

Obviously this girl is beautiful, very thin, and in shape.  I saw more photographs of her, doing yoga exercises.  From what she wrote, and her yoga exercising, I could see that she was expressing a type of Hindu philosophy, where she wrote:

“And it also refers to the collective love we share; the interconnectedness and unconditional compassion and empathy we share as human beings; understanding we are never alone and our main purpose here on earth is simply to construct and design vast webs of kindness, warmth and gentleness with as many other people as we can.”

I thought, what a sincerely nice person.  How can she afford to be so nice?  Most people are worn out, and they don’t have the time, energy, or desire to be nice to others.  Also, it is kind of hard for very attractive women to be nice to everyone, because everyone wants to be their friend, talk to them, correspond with them, spend time with them, do things with them, or date them.

It turns out that she may not have written these beautiful things, or believe these things.  She was just trolling for attention, and posing as someone with a trendy philosophy.

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