Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Melania Brings Poise And Class : Class Can't Be Learned. It's Who You Are.

What an interesting contrast to what has gone on before with our first ladies. Would Michelle have done the same, possibly so but still this situation wouldn't have been as significant as it appear here as Michelle's history has a tendency to taint her actions with a sense of indifferent insincerity to others that come into her sphere of influence. 

Maybe one of the reasons the progressive liberal democrats hate Trump so much is that Melania is so stunning and poised. Michelle was nice looking as well but lacked that certain element of believability of her sincerity. And maybe it wasn't all her fault but just collateral damage that brought the unbelief to her position of first lady.

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You can't learn class, you just have to understand what it means.
The most memorable moment from the trip in Israel of president Trump and the First Lady was probably that moment at the entrance to the house of President Rivlin.

"Nechama Rivlin, President Rivlin’s wife, welcomed the First Lady Melania Trump at the door. As they were about to walk inside, Nechama whispered to Melania that she will do her best to catch up with the walking pace, but she might be a bit slower because of her medical condition which requires her to use an oxygen tank. Melania took her hand, looked at her and said: “We’ll walk at any pace you choose”.
 And so they walked, slowly, gracefully and proudly, hand in hand.

That, is the moment I choose to cherish. That silent gesture has neither any political significance nor any colorful tone to it, but it is everything.
It is the hope we yearn for when we speak of peace;
It is the kindness we wish to protect when we speak of defeating terror;
It is the dignity we want to teach when we speak of stopping hate;
It is the friendship we pray for when we speak of our unbreakable bond;
In other words, this gesture encompasses everything that is good, kind and human."

- George Deek
from The Jewish Standard

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