It has always fascinated me how much money people spend on cosmetics, plastic surgeries, and numerous other procedures, just to make themselves look good. The thing that a lot of people don’t understand is that REAL beauty comes from within. As we all age, we must always try to remember that OUTWARD beauty is truly skin-deep. Real beauty, that stuff that were all truly made of, comes from our heart and soul…and THAT is the most important thing.
The following Beauty Tips were found on vielouis-stories.blogspot.com and serve as fantastic reminder to all of us, what the beautiful things in our lives should be.
For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For beautiful eyes, look for the good in other people.
To lose weight, let go of stress, hatred, anger, contentment and the need to control others.
To improve your ears, listen to the word of God. Rather than focus on the thorns of life, smell the roses and count your blessings, giving thanks for each one of them.
For poise, walk with knowledge and self-esteem. To strengthen your arms, hug at least 3 people a day. Touch someone with your love.
To strengthen your heart, forgive yourself and others. Don’t worry and hurry so much.
Rather than walk this earth lightly, walk firmly with determination and leave your mark.
For the ultimate in business, casual or evening attire put on the robe of Christ; it fits like a glove but allows room for growth. Best of all, it never goes out of style and is appropriate for any occasion.
Doing these things on a daily basis will certainly make you a more beautiful person.
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