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Putting on the Makeup

This came with a picture of an older woman, from a minority group in China, leaning against the rocks, sitting and laughing, translated…

When the memories had filtered out the darkened impurities

At which time, the years, are the most beautiful kind of makeup.

So, you don’t need to put on your face, nor do you need to TRY to hide those deepening laugh lines, or wrinkles or whatever else (sun spots, etc., etc., etc.), you just need to appear as you AT your age, and you’d be in the best shape of your life, so, STOP fighting aging.

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