Paul George’s girlfriend Destiny Marie is a lovely young dish who appears to have had a kind of religious breakdown about three months ago. She said she had taken on a lot of responsibilities with friends and pressures that had left her feeling overwhelmed and stressed. Then, she dropped to her knees and cried, according to a post she put up at the time. She talked at length about how devoted she is to her religion and to prayer. It’s a good stress-reliever for her. Any time she feels anxious about tasks and things she has to get done, she prays. Hey, if it helps you get through the day, more power to you! Rain dances, talking to people in space, meditation– it’s all good.
Destiny had an interesting quotation a few months back: “She accepts the compliments on her face, her hair, her body graciously– and she is, indeed, beautiful. But she is only moved when you notice the beauty of her spirit.” This is a good thought from Paul George’s girlfriend. Ironically (since this is not the point at all), it also reminds me how overused the word “beautiful” is to describe the physically attractive qualities of a woman like Destiny. Most men don’t have the vocabulary or imagination to use any other word besides “beautiful,” and after awhile they must find it quite pedestrian. I’m not going to offer any suggestions, though, fellas. You’re going to have to get out the old thesaurus.
Anyway, that is sort of skirting around the point Paul George’s girlfriend was trying to make: pay attention to her actions and intentions, draw your observations about her character from them rather than her physical appearance. Likewise, she posted a quote by A.J. Lawless: ‘Her soul was too deep to explore by those who always swam in the shallow end.’ You get the idea. Hey, and what better place to find a deep, thoughtful, soul-searching man than the NBA, am I right? I mean, that place is just chock-fullof curious, intelligent, perceptive and insightful guys! Let’s not overdo it here, Destiny. When we’re young, we can tend to take ourselves a little seriously, ey?