Being complimented on our physical appearance sure feels good and will probably never get old.

But wouldn’t it be nice to be seen for the impact one may be having for who they are as against what they look like?

Yes, people are pretty, but when our compliments are only appearance-focused, it perpetuates the notion that physical attributes are held at a higher value than anything else.

If that is so, then there may be a problem because every person is way more than ‘nice hair’ or ‘beautiful smile’ or ‘pretty eyes’.

What do you think?

Compliment without mentioning someone’s appearance.