I have a big, rectangular mirror hanging on the wall in my living room. As I was finishing my cereal I absent-mindedly started gazing at myself. I was having those rolling, dreamlike thoughts, the kind you're barely aware you're having. I had my hair pulled back in a bun with no make up on except a little red lipstick.
I was thinking to myself, "Yeah, I look pretty good:) I like the way I look. I mean, if I were choosing, I'd probably have tweaked a couple things a little differently...." Then I chuckled at the thought of my spirit in Heaven before I was born getting toddler-excited and picking out a bunch of crazy features:)
But then I stopped and thought, "Well, why not?" I'm pretty dang sure this is false doctrine, so most def don't quote me in general conference when you become a general authority, but I thought, What if we did? What if, in Heaven, we got to choose how we would look? And everyone picked out what their tastes truly dictated was the most beautiful to them? And we didn't think otherwise until we came to Earth and society imposed false standards on us and we lost our ability to see all beauty? What if we are all the most beautiful? And some of us just forgot? What if we picked everything about ourselves?
Food for thought:)
However, we are all created in the image of God by a loving Father in Heaven. Isn't that kinda enough to make you accept the beautiful gift of your body?