If truth be told, excessive hair growth on the face and extremities is niggling at times. Women related to the media industry have a specific requirement to look beautiful. The pagan philosophers seek to identify that which is True, Good, and Beautiful. After all, many super models spend hours dealing with hair, clothing, make-up, and even the right way to stand for a picture or show.
The women in Gimlin’s essay care more about how they look, to themselves and others, when they are fully clothed. Fulfilling all these roles leave little time for beauty workouts. She knew the wisdom and greatness of God and therefore, sought to live in conformity with it. Being obedient to God meant responding in trust to His all-wise plan.
Beauty industry is not about physical appearance only. 2. Aphrodite – the Goddess of love, beauty and passion. A natural body glow is one of the true secrets of staying beautiful. And goodness describes all that God has made. Flowing from this same type of mentality, we see that women are honored more for their work outside the home than for their work within the family.
In one of Gimlin’s interviews that she documented in her essay, a woman named Ann Marie says that just because she turned to plastic surgery, it does not mean she is a bad and/or vain person. St. Francis de Sales notes that because of grace we are so like Christ that we resemble God perfectly, because in His becoming man, Jesus has taken our likeness and given us His.
Regarding binding our lives forever, it is our pleasure and a matter of satisfaction to look for beauty in the other person but it is not always good and healthy to go for outer looks alone. It also changes the production of skin pigment, known as melanin, which results in the appearance of sun spots and age spots.