Makeup artists, hairdressers, fashion stylists, photographers, and computer software programs are all necessary to give cover girls their exaggerated beauty. The words “No wonder our perception of beauty is distorted,” appear at the ad’s conclusion. Click here to discover why Dove’s Self Esteem Fund was launched to give young girls positive body images (apparently, only two percent of women globally find themselves beautiful). “Changing the way we define beauty can change lives” is the fund’s motto, and I couldn’t agree more.
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CM's Final Posts: You Can Fill the Space Eighteen years ago, I wrote an article for a magazine that got me called in for a taped interview with a Fox TV morning news anchor. Being an effective communicator and a skillful public speaker was a dream of mine at the time. And still ...
Websites to Visit, Blogs to Read Here are some blogs and websites I like. It's not a complete list. But it's a start.
The first is called New Moon Journal and it is written by Michele Bailey-Lessirard, a life coach, collage artist, and "shamanic astrologer." On the opening page ...
Still Posted at My Desk "Take off from here. And don't be so earnest,
let others wear the sackcloth and the ashes.
Let go, let fly, forget.
You've listened long enough. Now strike your note."
From "Station Island," by Seamus Heaney ...
And Finally, This: Place your burden
at the feet of the Lord of the Universe
who accomplishes everything.
Remain all the time steadfast in the heart,
in the Transcendental Absolute.
God knows the past, present and future.
He will determine the future for you