Phrenology–the theory that bumps on your head can reflect your character—has been disproven. But it still makes sense.
Our thoughts and feelings do show up (sometimes unwillingly) as outer wear.
You can spot an angry person, can’t you? Sometimes all you have to do is look at a man to feel what he’s feeling inside. There are people who are boiling like Mt. Vesuvius. They don’t have to talk and yet you know exactly what they’re thinking.
Our inside feelings show on our outside…
We really walk around inside out.
What we feel on the inside seeps into our skin. Our positive feelings act like balm; they smooth down our furrowed eyebrows. Happiness might cause our laugh lines but that’s a badge I’ll proudly wear. It’s the negative stuff I want to get rid of.
We don’t have to speak to express how we really feel. It’s pretty obvious. It’s ugly obvious, too.
You don’t need Botox to detox…Wear your inner beauty on the outside.
Every time you think ugly, think pretty. It’s really possible to transform that negative stuff that wears you down into something positive.
“Flip it!” as Leon Black says in “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”