Once upon a time, in a surreal dream-like world, there was a young woman named Alice. She found herself sitting six times at a table, but there was something strange about it. Her body lay on the table, exposed for her to see. At first, she was shocked and frightened, but soon her curiosity got the better of her.
Alice looked at her body from different angles, examining every inch of it with a mixture of criticism, curiosity, and sadness. She wondered if her body met the standards of beauty that society had set. Was beauty just in the piece of meat on the table, or was there a soul inside her body that made her beautiful?
With this realization, Alice felt a sense of relief wash over her. She knew that she didn’t have to conform to society’s standards of beauty anymore. She could embrace her body for what it was and focus on the beauty that came from within.
As she got up from the table and looked at herself in the mirror, Alice saw a new sense of confidence in her eyes. She was no longer just a piece of meat on a table. She was a whole person with a soul, and that was the most beautiful thing of all.