Quote by Jacqueline Bisset
Character contributes to beauty. It fortifies a woman as her youth fades. A mode of conduct, a standard of courage, discipline, fortitude, and integrity can do a great deal to make a woman beautiful.
This quote emphasizes the importance of character in enhancing a woman's beauty. It suggests that as a woman's youthful appearance diminishes, her character becomes a crucial factor in her attractiveness. The quote suggests that qualities such as conduct, courage, discipline, fortitude, and integrity greatly contribute to a woman's overall beauty. It implies that external physical beauty alone is not enough, and that inner virtues and strengths play a vital role in enhancing a woman's attractiveness.
I cannot bear it! said the pewter soldier. I have shed pewter tears! It is too melancholy! Rather let me go to the wars and lose arms and legs! It would at least be a change. I cannot bear it longer! Now, I know what it is to have a visit from one's old thoughts, with what they may bring with them! I have had a visit from mine, and you may be sure it is no pleasant thing in the end; I was at last about to jump down from the drawers.