Under some specific kind of circumstances, cosmetic surgery can still be considered as ethically acceptable; such as when the surgery is needed for a health purpose. But a surgery would have cross from its boundary limit, when it's used merely to fix beauty. According to the bible, it is wrong to do cosmetic surgery for beauty, for it means changing the way and image God already created for us human being. A bible verse of Genesis 1:26-27 says, “God spoke, ‘Let us make human beings in our image, make them reflecting our nature so they can be responsible for the fish in the sea, the birds in the air, the cattle and yes, Earth itself and every animal that moves on the face of the Earth’. Although cosmetic surgery might not necessarily being considered as a sin, but we should have been grateful and appreciate for the image God have created for us, in such a special purpose. Nobody is perfect from the outside appearance, but we all have our very own unique beauty that we should appreciate, and not changing it by cosmetic surgery. "Everyone has its own beauty, but not everyone sees it". Do not compare yourself with other people, because we are all just beautiful in different ways. Moreover, beauty perception keeps changing, it is relative. Just stay positive about your own look. Instead of using surgery merely for beauty, it can be used for another whole more important matter, such as for health matter.
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