King Charming- A Fairy Tale

24 Apr

My Take

DiVoran Lites

Cinderella had never worn high-heels before the night of the ball when she met Prince Charming. When she ran from him at the stroke of midnight she stumbled, almost fell, and left her beautiful glass slipper behind on the steps to the palace.

After he proposed Prince Charming asked Cinderella to stop wearing high-heels immediately. He said they were unreliable, unstable, unrealistic, and dangerous and he didn’t want his wife, the mother of future princes and princesses deforming her feet and breaking down her body by wearing them.

It was a Chinese cousin of his, with the help of little missionary, Gladys Alward (See movie, “The Inn of the Sixth Happiness”) who put a stop to the binding of feet only years before and the family had launched a crusade to keep all women, in every kingdom safe, comfortable, and as happy as possible.

“A woman is too valuable to be corseted, pierced, botoxed, cut on or plucked in the name of beauty,” decreed the Prince.

Prince Charming’s father eventually passed on and the Prince became King Charming. I hear of a secret society, in his honor, where women kick off their shoes in warm weather and wear fuzzy boots in cold, wear silk dresses, or jeans, and flowers in their hair, and are considered beautiful without any artifice at all. I told you it was a fairy-tale didn’t I?

First Samuel 16:7

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  3. Linda Lewis May 9, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

    I love this fairy tale, DiVoran. Fortunately, I found my Prince Charming when I was 14. We are living happily ever after… Will you tell me another one if I promise to be good? :0)

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  4. Anonymous May 2, 2012 at 5:30 am #

    Only maturity and a true love see’s the true beauty within. Of course it helps to get older and realize comfort is everything!

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    • oldthingsrnew May 2, 2012 at 9:25 am #

      It surely does.

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      • DiVoran May 3, 2012 at 2:05 pm #

        Yes, and we older, wiser ones owe it to the young ones to at least soothe some of the insecurity that make the young ones so vulnerable to self mutilation.

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  5. oldthingsrnew April 24, 2012 at 5:49 pm #

    I like the scripture you added.

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    • DiVoran May 3, 2012 at 2:08 pm #

      It’s comforting to know that our Father in Heaven loves us for the beautiful Spirit that lives in us, and not for any outward beauty, especially expensive and contrived outward beauty.

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