What is Class?

What? You didn’t know American Gangster was a movie starring Frank Lucas about ME?

I’ve been taking a good amount of time out to develop myself as a person to truly be able to write anything helping others out. So, starting both blogs at the same time. Lessons in Class and everythingsmagnificent.wordpress.com. I am inspired and finally feel like I can get a lot of my thoughts out to you.

I am creating this blog as declaration of image. I always had an appreciation for an elegance or class that my lower middle class up-bringing could not provide. Ever since I learned how to tie a tie, I’ve owned hundreds of ties of different colors and designs. I was given the notion that a tie is equivalent to a woman’s dress. You need one for every occasion.

But, class is not just the clothes you wear. Class is how you carry yourself, what you say, how you act and a state of mind. I feel that class is something that is lost amongst my own generation. I am not saying that I am there myself but I find myself living in a tact-less, unkept and lost world where the men are like women and the women are like men.

Men these days lack direction, dreams and the ability to be a man. No, I am not advocating for women to fall to the bottom rung of society because you ladies are the lifeblood of our society. However, I am saying, just because women are stepping up the the challenges of life, that men shouldn’t back down, become passive and remain the perpetual “man-child” forever. Even the most independent woman loves a man that knows how to take control and guide the things in his life.

So, welcome to Lessons in Class where I will put my mediations on music, art, fashion, society and life all based around finding where tradition, class, elegance and modern day life come together. Until next time.

Stay Classy,

Miles Michael

Published by Magnificent Miles

I'm a little dreamer with big dreams that wants to be far from ordinary and go anywhere that's not familiar. The Lord is my guide as I attempt to improve, not just my own, but everyone's quality of life.

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