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I love books. So much so that when we moved last week, I sold off most of our furniture, but kept all my books. They filled a good portion of our moving truck, and are all still sitting in boxes in my front room. I just can’t help myself.
See I truly believe that books are important. We learn from them, we open our minds to new ideas with them, and they help our imagination grow. There are many poorly written books out there, but when we seek for the best books, we will gain wisdom.
Recently I read Biblical Beauty: Ancient Secrets and Modern Solutions by Rachelle Weisberger. In my goal of finding my fashion, the title of this book stood out as one that could help me on my journey. I’ve only worn makeup a handful of times in my life, and I just haven’t cared much for my outward appearance. Gosh darn it, people need to look on my inward beauty!
I’ve learned a lot since becoming a mother though, and as I continue to grow as an individual. I can work on my outward appearance without being vain about it, I just needed some guidance. Biblical Beauty helped me get in touch with the spiritual side of outward beauty by taking a look at how women I admire from the Bible would dress and care for their skin and hair.
The last probably 1/3 of the book is devoted to our inward beauty, because Rachelle knows that it’s not just your outward appearance, and it’s not just your inward appearance that matters. The two together make a truly beautiful woman.
If you get a chance, and want some quick beauty tips as well, Biblical Beauty would be a great one to pick up.
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