Pulchritude

I was really introduced to this word as Rudy. Actually, someone applied it to me, to my physicality, and I did have a certain ‘savoir faire’ in terms of having a look and how I presented myself, and that is what I want to stress for all of you. Adapt yourselves! Create jauntiness, a ‘désinvolture’ that works for you. Everyone may exhibit pulchritude, and on many different levels. Kindness, too, is a form of it, and an unguent, a balm for the unknowing and unaware. You are not, however, by embracing this concept, making yourself into a chameleon. Rather, you are adapting your “Source” resources, playing with them, actively. Looking good is only a part of that, and everyone can look good!

This is what to remember: no downers please, about gray hair, or aging. Make them instead your crowning glory ~ glory = glorious. Farm yourselves out, thusly, with your own special twist. My smile was a part of it too, of the whole package. When my face broke out in rainbows, people took notice. Don’t be sour, friends, no sucking on lemons! Garb that stops traffic, which does not mean alarming or red necessarily, is also advisable. Good bones, I was blessed with them and so were you! We are all pretty much the same under the skin.” ~ Rudolph Valentino

 

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