Monday, September 12, 2016

Beauty Which Is You to Good Photo Side 
The mysterious beauty of a loved one 
Capturing that perfect beauty in a photo 


Beauty Which Is You (Shakespearean sonnet) 

There is a peace in beauty which is you
A comfort which so gently fills the air
The glories of the kiss of morning’s dew
The hope which streams from dreams which hold you there
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No greater treasure pleasure need I seek
Than what the stars have granted moment here
To lose myself in charm of your mystique
And know the warmth of paradise is near
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Here all but you seems endless worlds away
Tomorrows have no weight to them at all
The meaning of mere words fall to decay
Such is the depth of restful beauty’s fall
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So grateful for your blessing brought to me
To breath awhile inside eternity


A lover is entranced in this Shakespearean sonnet. Here we meet a person glorifying his world. As the sonnet flows on, we suspect that he is a lover lost in a wonder. As the sonnet goes on, he ventures deeper into his mystery. When the rhyming couplet arrives to conclude the sonnet. the lover resolves himself to stop questioning and just take in this wonder. 

I love you women. I love my Amor, my present wife. Men, listen to me. Ladies really do respond to compliments. Honest compliments. Let me give everyone an example of what I'm talking about. Amor is up there in years. She likes expensive jewelry, especially gold. More than expensive jewelry, she really likes me to tell her how pretty she is. Really. There are two results from me telling Amor she's beautiful: The flood of selfies on Facebook and she is getting more good looking. We can laugh at the flood of selfies, but they are proof that Amor is really getting more beautiful. Amor was attractive nine years ago, when we first met. It was more her ability to take my mind off of my problems than her looks that attracted me to her. When I die, it will be because of laughter. Amor is nine years older now. Nine years more beautiful. The proof is in those pictures. Men, all women have this power. 

Women and beauty; just one small example of positive being. That's right, more than positive thinking. Positive being. Making our whole life positive. Sound silly? Tell that to Chevron Corporation, who made unbelievable profits by adopting and training its employees in completely positive ways of thinking. Customer complaints were taken as gifts of what we could do better. What are we doing well and how might it be better. Everything changed. Changed for the positive. Likes attract likes. Now negative will want to mess things up. But they will have to wait in line with all of the positives. Will they last? "Nothing is perfect." Oh ya? Let's see. More and more positive lights are turning on. And while our positive light changes the world, Enjoy. 


Let's have a song: Secret Garden "Simply You" 

Now to the subject of the perfect photo 


The first fully digital camera to be created was in December 1975. It was developed by an engineer in Kodak Company and took 23 seconds to create the first photograph. In today's world selfies have gotten extremely popular. The challenge remains; capturing that perfect shot. Here to help us take that perfect photo is Natalie Tran of the Community Channel. 
We may not enjoy that perfect photo with Natalie, but we will enjoy a good laugh. "Good Photo Side" 


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The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode 
but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. 
It is the caring that she lovingly gives the passion 
that she shows. The beauty of a woman grows 
with the passing years. 
Audrey Hepburn

10 comments:

  1. A nice compliment really does go a long way. Both men and women feel better knowing they look better. Women are like flowers. The more attention you give them, the more they flourish. If ignored, they will eventually wilt.
    Lisa

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing this insight.
      I love the flower analogy

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  2. A little compliment goes a long way, negative can help in many cases too if you look at it right. Or you can always spin it around on the person with a smart arse remark lol

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    1. That is an interesting way of looking at it.
      I was brainwashed by Chevron
      Thank you for sharing this view point

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  3. How beautiful that you see increasing beauty the more you are with someone. The poem was wonderful too, I especially liked the line "To breath awhile inside eternity"

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    1. Thank you so much for you inspiring words.
      I am heart warmed that you enjoyed

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  4. There is beauty everywhere for those with open eyes, hearts and minds...

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    1. Let us always remember your words...
      Thank you for remembering me

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  5. Beauty !
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