January 11, 2012

Roald Dahl: the key to being Beautiful.

The key to beauty? Maitri.

Skip the crazy-pricey-trendy clothes, the plastic surgery. Dress smartly and be yourself…the light and charm in our eyes and heart will make us beautiful. And we don’t need to fight aging. Just like yourself, more and more.

Roald Dahl.



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fred09red Jan 21, 2015 3:12pm

Some would say that the key to being beautiful is to set up an appointment on http://tristatecosmetology.com/schedules/ every month at least, once being over forty. That would be the time of a woman`s life when the skin needs most of its protection against the aging process. Being beautiful, therefore, would mean, being both responsible and aware, paying attention to the needs of one`s own body.

Leah Apr 19, 2014 2:02am

True that! 🙂

EWH Apr 2, 2014 6:57pm

Very nice. But an actual citation of Dahl's work would be a great idea.

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