Saturday, September 01, 2007

The magical charm of woman's beauty

Some women said that men are cheeky. They stare at us and try to be naughty with us. Deep down in my heart, I wonder whether they like us not to be cheeky or naughty. Just imagine, all ladies love to look pretty and attractive and if no man looks at them and to admire them, would they be happier. After all, men are always attracted by the beauty of women and they really can't stop men not to be cheeky with them.

On the other hand, if women are not interested to be attractive, men might not be cheeky and naughty too. When that happened, the world might be less progressive and productive. Remember the day, when you were young, you saw a pretty girl who drew so much of your attention. You tried so much to court and tackle her with sincerity. Out of your sheer effort, she said, "Young man, how can you date me when you don't even have a car?" That sentence was great enough to make you work harder without turning back. Her encouragement made you to do well and both were dating and romancing as lover. Came a day when you tried to propose to marry her. Surprisingly she spoke, "Dear we can't marry without a house!" Your parents words might not even be better but that simple statement again spurred you to work harder than ever. For the sake of your woman, nothing could stop you from achieving whatever you had in mind.

The beauty of woman can boost the moral of man to a higher level of esteem. Or if not properly taken, it can also destroy the self esteem of man. I think the creation of man and woman is to let woman leads and man to follow. Woman to be attractive and man to be cheeky and naughty. They are not wrong and neither are we. We need both to survive in this world of feeling for each other. Accept it or not, this is the true fact of life.

Love quote from J.E. Buckrose, "Happiness comes more from loving than being loved; and often when our affection seems wounded it is only our vanity bleeding. To love, and to be hurted often, and to love again--this is the brave and happy life."

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