Quote by Chantel Giamanco
Being in a pageant is not just about beauty. It's more about service to the community and being a role model and making a difference. It's being proud of your city. It's all what you put into it...
This quote highlights the misconception that pageants are solely about physical appearance. It emphasizes that pageantry is actually a platform to serve the community, inspire others, and create positive change. The quote suggests that pageants should be approached with a sense of pride for one's city and a commitment to making a difference. By stating that the outcome of a pageant is related to the effort one puts in, it emphasizes the importance of taking the opportunity seriously and dedicating oneself to the responsibilities that come with it.
It was not desirable that the pitiless should have strong political feelings. All that was required of them was a primitive patriotism which could be appealed to whenever it was necessary to make them accept longer working hours or shorter rations. And even when they become discontented, as they sometimes did, their discontent led nowhere, because being without general ideas, they could only focus it on petty specific grievances.
You are my brother and I love you. I love you worshipping in your church, kneeling in your temple, and praying in your mosque. You and I and all are children of one religion, for the varied paths of religion are but the fingers of the loving hand of the Supreme Being, extended to all, offering completeness of spirit to all, anxious to receive all.
Do you want to be a gentleman, to spite her or to gain her over? Because, if it is to spite her, I should think - but you know best - that might be better and more independently done by caring nothing for her words. And if it is to gain her over, I should think - but you know best - she was not worth gaining over.