I find it interesting, that almost all of us, including me, are becoming so superficial. I mean, even now there is a topic specially made for encourage us to be more confident only by knowing if we are hot/pretty or not. What happened with personality and good manners, with being a good person? And this is not a problem that happens only here, it happens everywhere. Having a good apereance (clean and healthy look) is important, of course, but why feeling pretty has so much to do with confidence and sef esteem? When that became more important than feeling good about ourselves because we achieve goals and are becoming a good person?
It all came to my mind with Tinder. I saw so many responds that it made feel proud. And also turn down so many people because I didn't liked the way they looked. How shallow is that? Of course that attraction is important, but why is more important the way someone looks than the personality? Why not show first the kind of person that is, and then the picture?
What do you think that has helped the society to make us so shallow?
And what do you think will help us to become more enthusiastic about principles, and not beauty?