For Sue Ramirez, real beauty is more than what meets the eye.
“Beauty is not actually a trait. It’s a feeling,” said the actress in a report by Push. She added that if everyone starts to believe that they are beautiful, then nothing else could make us feel otherwise.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so we cannot please everybody with how we look. Not everybody will appreciate the beauty that we have, but if we learn to appreciate it on our own, I don’t think that there will be a time that we will not feel beautiful,” Sue suggested.
“So if you feel beautiful, you are beautiful,” she continued. “It comes from within.”
And to anyone having a hard time convincing themselves, she wants them to know, “Ang ganda-ganda niyo. Walang pangit sa mundo. Walang ginawa ang Diyos na pangit. Magtiwala lang kayo. Just trust and believe in yourself and everything follows.”
Sue admitted that there was never a time that she didn’t beautiful, partly because she has always been surrounded by people who make her feel this way.
“I don’t think I felt not beautiful. Medyo malakas ang ating support system and everybody makes me feel confident and everybody supports me,” she she shared.
She also offered a confidence boost to anyone who may need it. “To everybody who feels that way, I will tell you, you are beautiful, in what every way it is.”
Sue is starring in “The Broken Marriage Vow”, the Philippine remake of BBC’s “Doctor Foster”. She is also doing a WeTV romcom titled “Boyfriend #13”.
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