Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Self-serving question

Can anyone be bright, intelligent, and witty-enough, to be attractive to the opposite sex – even if physically they aren’t?  If yes, how much more intelligent, smarter, and witty would they have to be?  Would they have to be more so than the neighbor next door?  Good enough to get a partial scholarship?  Worthy of a full ride?  Ivy league only?  Nothing less than a Rhodes Scholar?

Just wondering … not that I think I can improve my Mensa score (or must I confess – even rate a Mensa score) … but perhaps gaining intelligence is easier than improving physical attributes?

1 comment:

Bisquick Chick said...

Inner beauty is much more important than physically beauty. When one of todays current movie stars was asked about beauty, she explained it in a great way..."It's a kind of radiance. People who possess a true inner beauty, their eyes are a little brighter, their skin a little more dewy. They vibrate at a different frequency." Wise words! I believe that everyone is truly beautiful, on the inside and the outside. But in my opinion, its the inner beauty that grabs peoples attention and reels them in. A person's heart and soul, their compassion and caring, their love and the ability to be loved, these are all things that shine brighter than physical beauty ever will. That's how I feel. :o)