Saturday, December 4, 2010

Beautiful Women

Me and a friend once stood talking to a fellow dancer, and as the last AM party goers were starting to trickle out the door and instructors were picking up cups and leftover party food, he began educating us on the topic of beautiful women. They develop egos because they don’t have to rely on their personality to get by, he said. And then they become less pleasant to be around. The woman may be beautiful and men may think the man is one lucky man for catching her, but beauty is not the leading quality and that man may not be as lucky as they think he is. "Make sure you two don't develop egos," He said. The biggest conclusion I grabbed from his delightfully educational talk was:

Make sure when you look in the mirror you can see someone you like.

I told him if we look at everyone as a beautiful unique individual then that helps make sure you never do anything prissy.

It also made me think how awesome Christianity is. Because solely basing on the fact that if an individual loves God and people are made in the image of God then it would be impossible not to love people and treat them like they should be treated because loving them is an extension to the love we have from God. You don’t have to be cool, sexy, or smart for a Christian to give you love. That should be something they give automatically to everyone.

What you earn is trust, because I don’t think a person can ever be good enough to earn someone’s love. I would think you an idiot, (and yes, that was not particularly loving) if you stood back and said, I deserve your love. I would feel like an idiot if I said that to someone too. This I realized when I was at the Orphanage  in Egypt. The kids there barely spoke English, yet they continually reminded me and the other girls that they loved us. They didn't ask if we deserved it, if we were good people, and heck, pouring concrete most the time was not particularly one on one time spent.

Hence, the only word I learned how to say was I love you. I wont try and prove that though right now. Those foreign  words are awfully hard to spell. :P



  1. I loved this. Especially the part about the children in Egypt. That's what it's all about. I could learn a lesson or two from them I bet.

  2. I agree, you need to trust someone before you can love them!

  3. Excellent points, as always. :) Enjoyed reading it!

  4. Laura: Thanks! :)

    Pop Champagne: And that always takes a long time to build up and can be ruined in seconds.

    MissEmy: Thank you very much!