SUIT Etiquette – unspoken rules for wearing your suit “A gentleman is one who puts
“Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him.” – John Locke
I was not brought up to be a gentleman, at least not in the fine sense of the word.
But my natural inclination is to be on my best behavior all through my childhood years, as I was determined not to bring shame to my folks or to return home with poor results.
This therefore lays credence to suggestions that a gentleman is made, not born – and made only through a process of painful refinement, self-reflection and discovery.
Today, I share a 20year old story of my journey of refinement through a league of fine gentlemen and how it turned out.
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Love is not enough (Part 2) – another short story Love is great. Love is necessary. Love
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