Perfection, near biological perfection, harmony and flow...
So much math, and geometry involved...
The human foot is a geometric wonder...when taken care of properly. If neglected and abused...the human foot can be a eye sore.
It is evident to me, that many don't know how to take care of their feet. It's evident cause so many wear sandals where I'm at, and force others to look at their barefeet while walking in the store.
I see some feet that are beautiful, and other feet that resemble goat hooves...
The feet, pictured above are near perfect...arched, the ball of the feet are still very pronounced, and over all foot is narrow, like a machine.
Feet were designed this way for a reason, to provide comfort to our knees and backs. People with wide, flat, crusty feet are usually fat, or over weigh, and develop back problems.
Where I stay, I observe a lot of women walking around with sandals have fleet, deflated heals...heals as flat as a pancake...there for nothing to absorb the ground when walking, and back does the absorbing instead.
In the following posts I'll have examples of good feet and bad feet... And medical instructions or links to how to properly care for thy feet.
Male feet, female feet, it don't matter...feet are feet...feet are kind of like genderless entities when taken care of correctly...
But when neglected, all feet look rough and scarred...
So stay tuned on tips on how to keep thy feet soft, springy, healthy, clean and working.
Last Edit: Nov 14, 2013 12:26:16 GMT -5 by X factor
I love biological perfection, even when it comes to feet, probably the most important part of our body, at least for getting around...
This subject has near perfect heels, round like a ball, the way they were designed to be by the creator.
Like a biological mechanism designed to absorb energy and weight as we walk, in order to absorb shock that would strike back or spine if not so wonderfully designed.
People who take care of their feet, delight us in the spring time and summer, when sandal season is in, but those who have feet like claws, with long thick pre-historic toe nails, and callouses, and scares, should wear boots, instead of sandals or flip flops, even during spring and summer.
A lot of women make the mistake of wearing shoes to small, it is better to wear a size larger, than a size smaller. Don't sacrifice thy feet, for something so petty.
Human feet are a gift to thy body, if taken care of properly.
Last Edit: Sept 27, 2014 11:37:44 GMT -5 by X factor
To me, feet, bare feet, should always be soft, loving and inviting, not sure why the trend in urban areas is to have thick, rough, weaponized toe nails, that look like chisels or tools you could scrape wood with.
To me, your feet represent what's inside your soul, if your feet are soft and clean, than so are you on the inside, but if feet are rough, sharp and made of cow hide that dogs chew on, than so is the person the feet belongs to.
People who take care of their feet are special, those who don't, well I just don't understand.
Last Edit: Sept 21, 2014 0:08:06 GMT -5 by X factor
Here's an example of chappy, neglected feet, where person doesn't wash daily or apply lotion or oil to feet.
I notice many urban or inner city women or people, tend to not take foot care seriously, and allow feet to go unkept and neglected.
In todays modern world, there's not excuse for that.
In undeveloped nations, where people don't have access to lotion or nice shoes, and walk around on the earth barefoot all the time, yes; but in developed nations with plumbing, bath tubs, sinks, lotions, oils, there's no need to have primitive looking feet.
It all comes down to priority I guess. Some people value their feet, see them as things of beauty, others just let them go, and is often why you see people with flat feet in the inner city, flat, wide, chappy, feet.