Beauty as they say is in the eye of the beholder. What is beautiful to one may not be beautiful to the other.In this issue, IL Magazine will not be tackling standards of beauty, but more so this issue deals with appreciation of things beautiful and good.
For our cover story, IL Magazine shares with the public an eye doctor’s eye for details and beauty as he talks about his nature photography and his profession. Both dealing with the sense of sight, his profession and photography never confused Marianas Eye Institute’s Dr. Mark Robertson in electing which one to solely pursue. Early on, Dr. Robertson knew photography is something he would love to do in his leisure and optometry is his unrivalled bread and butter.As one international beauty pageant touts, beauty has a purpose. For our very own “Little Miss Sunshine” Kayla Sablan Borja, her purpose is to serve the community and joining Little Miss Marianas is a means to her end. It is good and comforting to have children on island like Kayla who at a young age knows her responsibilities to the community and how she can help make our islands a better place in her own little ways. It is also good that we have a non-profit organization like Stellar Marianas that serves as impetus in spreading positive thing about our culture and our society.
Spend time reading and sharing with family and friends our other features.Everywhere around us we see things beautiful and good. Let us appreciate what we have in the islands. Let’s count our blessings.