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"Before you, like lantern whose walls are worn so thin you glimpse only the light inside, is the incandescence of a man."

I'm currently writing an assignment and this caught on my mind. I didn't get the meaning of this sentence and hence I posted it here since someone told me it'll helpful. Please help me...

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It's what on the inside that matters. A person's inside (personality) is more attractive than their physical looks. Just like the lantern that is old and worn, the quality of light inside is what we see, shining bright.

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