Working on Beauty

by James Adcock

Visiting a salon is a wonderful way to beautify your skin, your feet, your hair, and to release stress that builds up like a poison inside the body. It reinforces the individual belief that you are good and are worthy of attention to feel and look your best. You deserve it because you work hard, you take care of your loved ones, you give of yourself to others, and it’s one of the ways you can work on improving yourself on the outside and on the inside.

The next time you’re sitting in a massage chair, getting a heavenly pedicure, close your eyes and breathe out all of the negativity from your week. Let your muscles relax as your exhale and let the technician work their magic on you. Enjoy the moment and let all worries fall away. There will be time to pick them up again when you walk out the door. Take care of you so you can take care of others who depend on you. You need it and they need it.
Beauty isn’t just about what’s on the outside. A truly beautiful person is always working on what’s on the inside as well. In today’s world, there’s so much information available, there’s no reason for not seeking improvement in every way. Have you ever met someone so outwardly beautiful, you couldn’t even imagine them having morning breath? Maybe a celebrity that is so divine, they can do no wrong? Then you find out they did something horrendous, and they are no longer beautiful in your eyes. Beauty is like that. It comes from not just the outside, but from the inside too. Don’t get me wrong, we should all do our best to be well groomed and clean every day. After all, we want to get close to others without fear they’re going to hold their noses in disgust, right? But we also need to be working on our beauty that comes from the inside. Grace, kindness, mercy and forgiveness all take practice on a daily basis in today’s world where we can’t even get on Facebook without learning about all the anger and hatred around us.
So what are you doing to work on your beauty? Reading a self-help book,
exercising, getting a facial? Let’s make the world a more gorgeous place! Get
busy working on your beauty!

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