Saturday, January 19, 2019
We can relate to temporary beauty. Our own beauty also lasts just a short time. Dating may be hot and heavy in our twenties, then dry to a trickle in our thirties, even though we still look great. By 50, we are no longer sex objects, and by 60, we have become invisible to all genders and all ages.
Outer beauty fades, but inner beauty still shines.
The hibiscus last for a day. Then it is gone.
We last for a few brief decades, and then poof! Gone.
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 8:25 AM
Labels: age, beauty, change, dating, fading, gender, gone, hibiscus, impermanence, Puerto Rico, sex, temporary, transience
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