What if you had a superpower? Because you just might. In a society where we are constantly bombarded with messages on how to think, how to feel, and how to look, it can be very easy to fall into the mindset that we are not enough, that we somehow fail as individuals. The truth is that those aspects of ourselves that make us individuals are actually the sources of our own beauty. Enter The Beauty of Different, a chronicle of beautiful imagery and portraiture which both provoke and tell a story, combined with written observations and essays on the ways in which we find people who display individuality and uniqueness intriguing, even as we all collectively strive to be more like these people every day. Divided into chapters focused on the many ways individuality or uniqueness can manifest itself, the book includes insightful commentary, and features both written and visual portraits of individuals who embody the major characteristics described in each chapter. These are ordinary people, who are really actually extraordinary — and therefore immensely beautiful as a result.
This book is designed to connect, inspire and encourage you to reconsider those attributes that make you unique, and reframe them as characteristics of distinction — maybe even your superpowers.
Is everyone really beautiful?