We just spent a week in Mexico, partly business, partly pleasure, all amazing!
While there I noticed how very approachable everyone really was. It was like everyone was open to meeting new people. And there were lots of different people from all over the world.
I had several people approach me and ask me what brought us to Cancun. Engaging in conversation was seamless and comfortable. But, something interesting happened. I had several people tell me that I was "attractive".
Now don't get me wrong, I don't think I am unattractive but, I am not unrealistic. I can look around and clearly see "beautiful" people and I am not one of those. I am average and I am ok with that. I like my hair, my style, and my smile. So, hearing people say I was "attractive" got me thinking.
What does the word "attractive" really mean?
I think attractiveness comes much more from the heart than mere appearance. When I think about the people I found "attractive" while on vacation, they were people that were open and friendly. I hope that's why people thought of me as "attractive".
There is a new thought about connection and partnering in our world today. It's about tribe building and that comes from attracting like minded people. So, being considered "attractive" today is the highest compliment out there. If others find you "attractive" it's quite possible that those are the very people that you belong connected to. Comforting and encouraging thought, right? :)
Everyone deserves "the Good Inside," and, yes, "Purity is Possible."