For a lot of us, when we hear the word beauty, the first thing that comes to mind is appearance. Looks. Maybe even "Hot and What's Not" or "Teen Vogue". It's said that when we meet someone, we are automatically judged in the first seven seconds of the first impression. It's also been said that most of the judging is based upon how our bodies look, what clothes we're wearing, how we talk, how we walk, those types of things. So really, Will Rogers was right! "You never will ever get a 2nd chance at a good first impression" After that 7 seconds, the window closes. And then, its done. And, society will probably stay like this forever. All we need to do is change it. If you've ever seen the movie "Mean Girls", then I bet you know what people can be like. Actually, everyone's like this. No matter what age you are, everyone judges people on looks. There's a sort of unwritten law in the world that says, "You need to be pretty to survive or you'll fall to the bottom of the food chain. You'll just get eaten". Why do we think like this? Even I'm guilty. I just walk around with my friends, and I see someone new to me, then automatically judge them on whether they're "pretty" or not. God, how I wish I didn't. Society is corrupted and has corrupted us. Whether you're pretty on the outside doesn't count. What's pretty on the inside counts. The thing that counts is what's in your heart. How far is each person willing to go before they relize what they're doing to people? If you say mean things to people just based on looks and what you think they are, then all you are doing is bringing that person's self-esteem down. Think of it like a Jenga Puzzle or a piece of ice. Every blow you put to it, it'll become less of what it used to be. Once, and it's maybe dented. But if that blow is given over and over again, soon enough that thing's just going to fall to pieces. You may get lucky, and the person can be close to full, but ultimately, you can't rebuild that person to it's exact original. There's always going to be a piece missing.