The Eye Opener
Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
Most of us have met persons whom we thought extremely homely until we knew them better. Then we ceased observing their lack of facial beauty and began to appreciate those persons for what they really were.
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln were what might be called extremely homely men, yet the beauty and strength of their characters was such that practically all present-day pictures show little of their ugliness.
You can’t do a whole lot to improve an ugly face, but you can hide it behind a lovely character.