- Extremely- no chance in hellVote A
- Pretty ugly- but you still have a chanceVote B
- Average ugly- no big dealVote C
- You aren't that ugly- there's plenty of hopeVote D
- You aren't ugly at all- I find you attractiveVote E
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Most Helpful Girl
It's weird. People subconsciously respond to an unconfident, or pessimistic vibe. So try using your imagination in a more positive way. Also, you could be attributing bad motives to body language that is not a negative reaction to you, and may have nothing to do with you. Trust me, I did it all the time, and discovered that I misunderstood a lot of people's feelings towards me. But only after I got rid of the hostile, untrusting barrier I had erected between myself and others. Some people will always be jerks, but the kind of attitude you're projecting will push away the nice ones.
I understand that as Sikh, your religion is important to you. But is your beard your religion? Religion is a mindset, a pattern of beliefs held closely to your heart. If someone forcibly removed your beard would that change your beliefs? Who you were?
Does God disapprove of those who don't wear beards? The Jews were considered God's chosen people, and having beards was a strict requirement, which helped visually set them apart from other pagan nations, preserving the pure line to the Messiah. The purpose of the law covenant was to prepare people for the Messiah, and when he came, it was no longer in effect. No more animal sacrifices. No more rituals. No more circumcision. No more strict clothing/beard rules.
Since the Jews killed the Messiah, God rejected them as a whole and decided to start a new religion, Christianity allowing anyone who feared God to join. The Christian congregation consisted of Jews that still had beards, Arabs, Greeks and Romans that shaved. The converted Jews weren't allowed to impose their old covenant views on these new converts, because the Messiah's arrival made such procedures null and void. Still, Peter objected strongly to the acceptance of Gentiles into the congregation, but was corrected through a vision from God to stop calling things unclean that were clean (like eating pork and other habits of Gentiles). Peter realized God was not partial and that every man fearing him was acceptable, regardless of his eating or grooming habits. You might not agree, but I thought it was interesting.
Unfortunately most people don't look flattering with beards, because it hides half of their face. You have handsome features, but it is difficult to see under that beard. Maybe you can find a nice Sikh girl to marry.0