Masculine elegance expresses a man’s connection to his feminine aspect; mere vanity or artifice, his estrangement from it. One man who perfectly exemplifies this male charism: 85-year-old musician Buddy Guy.
The more vainglorious he is, the harder he competes. The harder he competes, the more he attacks, the yellower his eye. How is it that we condemn the man but endorse competition? When did the Christ condescend to compete?