Author Topic: Hair change and progress, and a story related to me about having a "small smile"  (Read 234 times)

Tyler

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Here's myself taken from today.



Growing my hair out, and all the omega-3 fatty acid nourishment combined with the right shampoo and sometimes also adding some shea butter to help my hair stay strong while it grows out, and it is really coming along. This is a big, biiig change for a guy who grew up with a "jewfro". I wear a hat a lot too, to protect my hair from sun damage and wind. I probably need to shampoo more often, though, because my hair looks and feels a bit gunky, but it is a lot better for me to wash it a little not enough than a little too much. But my hair is way stronger now than it has ever been, and I think that someday it will be a very awesome Anglo-Saxon hair style that I am going to wear with pride.

Next pic is an attempt at a grin, and actually I had a small jaw as a boy that is still could use expansion, and I also have been wearing braces for about 4 years now, and interestingly enough this beautiful grinning black teenager at my work with a very big grin said to me that it is common after braces to have the teeth tipped in, but after they come off, they can be tipped out again. He opened up to me, which I feel OK to talk about because his name is not known here and won't ever be told out of respect to him, that he also had a small smile once because of his teeth being a bit compressed in, but then after he got them tipped out again (or something to that effect) his smile and grin grew big.



That is really heartening to me, and it probably will be a while until I get my grin bigger, because actually, I think that it is actually important to have a big smile now, because when I actually try to grin with my current small mouth, even internally I feel somewhat pained by it, and I feel as if it is showing on my face and in my eyes. I am excited to someday have a warm smile that causes me to feel happy as I grin.

I can already dream about it, so I know it is possible because I can imagine it, and anything I can imagine is what I can make real, because what I learned from the FIGU is ... "anything the human can imagine, he/she can achieve whether through technological-based or consciousness-based powers."

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I think in about a year I ought to have an updated image so long as some humans have kept the powers of destruction at bay and we are still living in the future at that time.

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You've done a great job!