Charisma, intrigue, depth of personality, are all things we are drawn to and captured by, whether the person is male or female, good looking or not, there is a well balanced individual that on rare occasion we meet and leave with an indelible mark left on our minds. A true flowering of virtue, God's greatest portrait.
This following piece is a description of such a woman that Frederick W. Robertson writes about to a friend. It humbles me and challenges me to become more; more Godly: more engaged in life: less impressed with myself.
"I have never met any thing that came near what I dreamed – a being not conventionally right, nor correct by rule, not stiffened into propriety by a little hoard of maxims, but moving often in new worlds, amidst relationships and spheres of feeling where others would be bewildered, and left without chart or compass, and yet guided unerringly by a kind of sublime instinct, as the bird of passage is, in its high flight for the first time through fields of air, where the sound of wings was never heard before. The more I see, the more I honor that marvelous heart, the more I feel it is unlimited and incalculable; in this way possessing that of the infinite, without which I suppose it would be impossible to feel towards any thing with perfect security of permanence. Her character is a living one, inexhaustible.