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True Beauty

  1. 1. ♫ Turn on your speakers! CLICK TO ADVANCE SLIDES Some Thoughts On True Beauty
  2. 2. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart. --Helen Keller
  3. 3. —Not the show of shapely limbs and features. —No; These are but flowers That have their dated hours, To breathe their momentary sweets & go. 'Tis the stainless soul within That outshines the fairest skin. What is beauty?
  4. 4. There is only one kind of beauty That can transcend all time. And many a woman possesses it Tho' 'tis oft a different kind Than the beauty many speak of That will quickly catch the eye: The shapely limbs and features That make every man sigh.
  5. 5. It's the beauty of the spirit That lights the very eyes, And transforms a simple woman Into beautiful and wise.
  6. 6. 'Tis in women with true warmth and charm That are interested in others. The women who forget themselves And the ones that make good mothers.
  7. 7. Those who accept each stage of life With grace and seek His heights— These have the lasting beauty, That lives on and never dies.
  8. 8. It is written in the Hebrew Talmud The book where many of the sayings and teachings of ancient Israel are conserved over time.
  9. 9. It says: Be very careful if you make a woman cry, Because God counts her tears
  10. 10. The woman came out of a man's rib. Not from his feet To be walked upon
  11. 11. But from his side to be protected And next to the heart To be Loved Not from his head to be superior,
  12. 12. Poem By Gene Nordstrom To Posess and Appreciate The Beauty of A Woman
  13. 13. The Beauty of a Woman Is not in the clothes she wears, The figure that she carries Or the color of her hair
  14. 14. Because that's the window to her heart The Place where love resides The beauty of a woman Must be see through her eyes
  15. 15. The beauty of a woman is not seen in her worldly role But the true beauty in a woman Is reflected in her soul
  16. 16. The beauty of a woman Is not what makes you want to hold her Or the fragrance of her perfume Nor in the eye of the beholder
  17. 17. It is the Caring that she lovingly gives Of others she brings out their best Like a warm breeze, unseen caressed The real beauty of a woman Must be FELT to be possessed
  18. 18. … is, of course, the beauty of the spirit that lights the eyes and transforms even a modest woman into a beautiful one. Women with wit, charm, and warmth, who are interested in others and forget themselves, and who accept each stage of life gracefully, are the lasting beauties of this World—and the happiest. True Beauty... Click to end