2125. Mirror Time — Part III: The First Lady


The actions and attitudes of you catering to your prettiness governs your surroundings in an indirect manner. It pleases both sexes. Associating with men motivates you to embellish your female strength—to show your prettiness—which shapes your attitude positively and enables satisfying relationships to form. Such indirect expressions of femininity both help tame the male beast and enable productive relationships to form. The prettier you are, the more respect and less liable to be mistreated; it’s the male nature before conquest.

To paraphrase an old axiom, the woman that magnifies her prettiness is the woman that rocks her world. To do that, you first magnify your own importance to yourself. You do it best when seated in front of a mirror absent the pressure of having to move on to something else. A bonus is attached; the importance you generate with your reflected image resonates with spouse, family, friends, dates, associates, and even enemies.

For example, imagine two wives/mothers arrive at morning breakfast time. One is prettily coiffed, smells great, smiles tenderly, and serves breakfast to the pleasure of family members. She tells husband she will take care of something important so he can get leave with thoughts of how nice it will be to return from work. Son starts to question or argue with mom, she smiles and nods calmly but meaningfully. He stops and carries on with his responsibility.

The second wife/mother arrives after everyone else expects to see her. She’s ‘unpretty’ or worse, her appearance and attitude are without charm. Family fends for its own breakfast. She raises her voice easily, finds fault unjustly, and displays a dislike of both things and people. As servant leader and as authority figure she fails. The family’s spirit sinks as they prepare to start the day.

For the first lady, everyone recognizes she’s THE authority figure and her prettiness both demonstrates and magnifies it. Of what value is the second woman that she lets her family start the day in a dispirited fashion? She lacks authority to influence family to pay her much attention. She fails to give of herself for those she ostensibly loves, and thus displays that her words and actions don’t match. Even kids can read that.

Those two extreme examples aim at this point. The more satisfied you are with your prettiness when you enter family’s life in the morning, the more effective you are as wife/mother/leader/authority figure. Your effectiveness is what sends your family into the world with high spirits for life and the challenges they face today. IOW, were it not for your arming your own spirits by uplifting your prettiness to your satisfaction, your family doesn’t have as much to live for as a good wife and good mother would like. To be the harmonizer of family endeavors, you must first harmonize your own spirits, and uplifting your prettiness offers the best method for success. That’s what mirror time is all about. More to follow of course.

 

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One response to “2125. Mirror Time — Part III: The First Lady

  1. Rachel

    Totally agree! I really like the word picture examples. But I like to serve breakfast in my jammies 🙂 I’ve been thinking about changing this 18 year habit though. Wife/mother/woman need not remind anyone of her authority. They know who she is by how she presents herself.

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