We, as women especially, are judged more than our male counterparts for the way we look. And it’s just not right. It’s impossible to accurately assess who someone is based on how they look, the color of their skin, or the clothes they wear. That can only come from spending time with them and learning about their character through their actions. We are the sum of all our parts, and, in the grand scheme of themes, our outer beauty, though it should be celebrated, pales in significance to the beauty that lives within. Remember this as you journey through life. You are not your hair, your clothes, or your dress size. None of those things have any impact on the person you are underneath it all. Also: remember to afford your fellow sisters that same courtesy, along the way.