Cordelia sat down at the corner table and took out her writing things. She entered in her journal: Categories of People. Beautiful people who say beautiful things. Beautiful people who say ugly things. Ugly people who say beautiful things. Ugly people who say ugly things. She paused a moment, the cap of her pen tight in-between her lips. Then she added: Categories rather amorphous. A person who says beautiful things becomes beautiful from the inside-out, according to the laws of nature. Therefore it is hard to tell who is beautiful and who, per se, is not. Apply labels with caution.