This article looks at why God might have made some people attractive and others less attractive. It discusses how physical beauty can be a blessing, but it can also be a curse. It suggests that God made people attractive and unattractive for a purpose, to give us a sense of empathy and to remind us that we need to look beyond appearances to truly appreciate someone. It also suggests that physical appearance is not the only measure of worth and that inner beauty can be far more important. Finally, it argues that physical beauty is a gift from God, and it should be appreciated and used to help others.