Month: March 2013
He didn’t carry d cross 4 weight lifting exercise, bear d cane 2 marry a Fulani girl, wear d crown 2 bcum oba of benin but as a preamble to his death which gurantees salvation and redemption from sin. Much love folks in dis season and always.
These pictures remind me of a friend’s seminar presentation titled “the biochemistry of aging” and just how far we vain humans are willing to go in our unrelenting attempt to combat the all natural-must-happen-to-everyone phenomenon called aging. Thus, the crucial question up for takes in this era of about 34 majorly known and government approved surgical procedures like facelifts, tummy tucks, liposuction, boob and ass jobs (insertion of implants), rhinoplasty et ce tera and minor skin related alterations like skin toning (aka bleeching), botox and laser hair removal to name a few is “how far is too far”. Prior to answering this question, take time to reflect on (1.) the life of people like grammy, tony, oscar and emmy award winner Barbra Streisand (long nose barbra) who live their lives redefining “true beauty” as not just the absence of imperfections and flaws but contentment and self-love irrespective of the presence (or absence) of imperfections. (2.) the somewhat unnecessary and if I may say uncool transformations of greats like MJ (R.I.P), Joan Rivers (major host of E! entertainment’s fashion police) and a host of others………
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Ever wondered what you would look like in say 40 years time? I do and it scares the living day light out of me (I know a lot of you get worried also) cos I can’t help but wonder if wrinkles and gray hair would look good on me or if I would be able to rock my “pot belly” while wearing whatever fashion ensemble is in vogue by then. But whatever the case, aging is a must so get ready for it or better still embrace it like I hope 2face would as seen in d pic above. FYI, the pic wasn’t photoshopped #hiding my hand behind me, crossing my fingers(HMHBMCMF)# watch out for d next feature about the lengths people (including nigerians) go to to stall or slow down the natural course of aging.