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Some users on social media definitely get pictures wrong as soon as they bounce on them. This is the case of Nora Tesa Pott, whose photo went viral some weeks ago. People assumed she was 65 years old and admired her look at that age.
However, Nora wasn’t all that happy about this assumption. She therefore spilled it out that she wasn’t 65, but 45. She admitted that she started having grey hair at an early age, and that was not an ‘aging sign’ like people assumed.
Despite the assumption, Nora probably appreciated their comments and went further to share her beauty secrets to let people know why she looks so good.
Here is Nora Tesa Pott’s inspiring note:
What I have learned in life is a lie travels faster and longer then the truth. I am not 65yrs old, I am not 49 years old. I’m 46 because I skipped 45 (Can’t be 45 with ya’ll president).
It’s amazing the different captions on these photos of me. It’s entertaining but here’s the truth.
I brag different. I do not bleach my skin as I have read. I am not vegan, I do not exercise, I have not had surgery of any kind on my body. My hair started graying at an early age, I stopped dying it almost 2 years now. And yes I do have funny ear lobs but how else would God keep me humble. I am not perfect! and I did not post the original picture that went viral. I’ve read as well I’m seeking attention with the age differences. But now that I have your attention. GET TO KNOW GOD!!!
All that I have read, I have not read that “MY BEAUTY SECRET IS GOD!” It is when I came to know God that He made me beautiful in His image. If you think looking on a person’s outer appearance is what makes them beautiful, there’s a lot of learning you have yet to do.
I am blessed because I underwent facial paralysis due to being in a domestic violence situation. But God Kept Me. Helped me maintain. I am blessed because on such a low budget I found joy in thrift shopping. I can’t pretend to be someone I’m not. I’m a child of God and because of that, I am all that God said I am.