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by ss Daniel Kamesh kamesh (2019-02-12)

The Glorious Woman in Revelation With a iGenics Review Crown on Her Head, Who is She? to changing one's appearance. There are various types of make- overs. They range from something as simple as a new haircut, to the use of cosmetic surgery, to the extreme of the implantation of dental veneers, eye-color-changing contact lenses, and the use of appearance-altering gastric bypass surgeries, providing massive, permanent fat loss in obese persons, and the associated plastic surgeries, such as abdominoplasty, to eliminate the resulting loose-hanging skin folds. The most common and simplest of make- overs are those that make use of simple cosmetics. Make overs are increasingly becoming popular world over as the need for a change in appearance has literally spawned a new and dynamic industry. At the heart of every make over is one deeper issue, which is the need for change. Deep down in their hearts many people are yearning for change. This yearning for change is itself a symptom of another pervasive condition afflicting the human soul which is characterized by a profound sense disaffection, convulsion and dissatisfaction with the status quo. Simply put most people are not happy with the current conditions of their lives. Many people are not happy with their relationships. Many more are not happy with their finances. Even more are not happy with the general state of malaise and lack of solid achievements in their lives. The problem with unhappiness is that unhappiness in one area tends to affect one's performance in other areas. The common make over is the common person's response to unhappiness with his or her appearance. In this issue we will introduce another and even more important type of make over. For want of better terminology we will call it TOTAL LIFE MAKE OVER. The boy's eyes were focused on his grandfather, "Its still wrong." The grandfather continued to stare at the boy, "What if twenty thousand people do something wrong - is it wrong?"The boy quickly answered, "Wrong is wrong - no matter how many people do it!" The grandfather smiled at his grandson and grabbed his shovel again. He was pleased with his grandson's answers. "But it only takes one person to do what is right - the power of one," answered the boy with a big grin on his face. He held up one finger for his grandfather to see. His grandfather's reaction was one of pride and love. A week later the boy sat on his old worn out bike with one foot on the rusted metal peddle and the other on the cement sidewalk to balance him, as he gazed down the main street of his small home town. The boy was a sight to see with his old worn out blue jeans and white tee-shirt. Each knee was a tattered maze of worn out threads. He folded up the bottoms of his blue jeans both for looks and a way to keep them out of the spokes of his bicycle wheel. His curly auburn brown hair seemed to flutter in the breeze. From time to time, he would pull back the dark curls away from his eyes and deeply tanned skin.The boy turned his head slowly to his left and stared at the giant posters in the windows of the theater next to him. He remembered days gone past when his mother would scrounge up 35 cents for him to go to the movies.