Kids Teach Eye-Opening Lesson about Body Image

A group of adults and a group of kids were both asked one question: "If you could change one thing about your body, what would it be?" The answers differed a LOT between the two groups. Makes you think, doesn't it?
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CKOUDSI617 4/27/2020 11:52:05 AM
I loved the lady at the end! I am almost 62 and don't dye my hair, but back in the days when I was "out in public" I would get compliments on it every day! :) Love the way you look - just as you are, 'cause you are BEAUTIFUL! Report
KHALIA2 8/25/2019 8:31:33 AM
Such a little cutie! Report
LIVEANDLAUGH 8/13/2019 3:23:07 PM
The beautiful children and their thoughts of what they would change made me cry. Cry because they are so pure and innocent, and therefore recognize their own perfection. Cry, because it won't be long before their "self love" will be stripped away by indoctrination of the societal standard of beauty. Cry, because they will soon become "us" though we will never again...Be them! Report
KHALIA2 5/13/2019 6:23:44 PM
I love this video. Report
KHALIA2 4/8/2019 11:39:41 AM
You are all beautiful! Love the way the Good Lord made you! Report
XREPHA 2/2/2019 6:05:48 AM
When as adults did we lose our imagination? The children's answers were magical, inspirational, and made me think differently how I might answer this question. We are so critical of ourselves and each other. Let us ignite our imaginations once again and envision a future of acceptance whether we have big ears or wings of an angel!! God made us in His image. What's not to love if it's from God? Enjoy a peaceful day, Sparkfriends! Report
SCIENCEFAN7 11/2/2018 10:51:34 AM
This made me tear up, because every one of those people are beautiful. The man doesn't have big ears...the woman does't have a huge forehead....or fat cheeks....or whatever they were worried about. They were normal, beautiful. How sad that the cruel remarks of teasing and bullying in early years can affect us so strongly. I'm no exception--I will never see myself as attractive.

Loved the kids' answers! Very fun. Report
KHALIA2 7/20/2018 4:28:06 PM
I f we look hard enough, we can all find something that we would like to improve. Report
KHALIA2 4/28/2018 9:47:25 AM
Great! Report
KHALIA2 4/1/2018 6:28:08 PM
I wouldn't change a thing because I am just as the Good Lord wanted me to be. Report
KHALIA2 2/24/2018 11:38:46 AM
This one would take a lot of thought for me. I am pleased with the way God made me. Report
PEGGY-BEE 2/23/2018 12:43:56 PM
I don't worry about how I look to others, which is why, at 63 I have long hair I am letting grey, even tho my well-meaning (I hope) friends tell me how "great" I'd look with short hair and I should color the grey. I'd rather my degenerative spine disease was not happening. But I sure wish I'd thought like a child and had wings, to be able to ride the currents like the pelicans along the oceans bluffs, I'd love that! Report
KHALIA2 2/23/2018 10:21:24 AM
No matter the age, we all have something that we want to improve. Report
CHUBBYNOMORE3 11/7/2017 10:25:11 AM
The adults who would change one of their features amazed me. The woman with the "large forehead" DOESN'T have a large forehead. There is nothing wrong with the man's ears who said they were too big.
This amazes me. How do they see what they say they see when we can't see it? Do the taunts of children (who are going to find something to pick on each other about) stick with us forever? What a shame! The only thing I would change about my body is clean, new lungs (just getting over pneumonia). Anyone who doesn't like the way I look can just look the other way, HAHAHAHAH. I am HAPPY! Report
FB17CAT 9/15/2017 9:41:56 AM
Wow....all of us adults need to get back in touch with our inner kid. Loved the video