Aging – with or without beauty?
As we all know, aging brings about change in one’s body and mind. We’re affected by everything life brings – serious illness, the loss of a loved one, general hardship, or on-going stress. Depending on the intensity of our active life and the emotional characteristics of our personality, we can distinguish between two generalized types of aging – one with and the other without beauty.
A person aging without beauty or prematurely is often associated with negative emotions and unpleasant traits. In the end, they develop dark, bitter, often resentful, and even angry facial features. The lines and wrinkles on their face point downwards and can be wide due to lack of expression.
Beautiful aging is represented by those who age according to their years or whose aging slows down. These people have a face of enormous emotional richness, joy, glare, health, and good will. Their wrinkles and lines are pointed upwards. This is very common for creative people.
We can assess how we’ve managed life from the mirror. No matter how inevitable aging is, we can do a lot to maintain beauty and a positive mindset for as long as possible. It can be hard with all the obligations and stress surrounding us, but it can be done!