Hello &

Hello &

Wentworth Earl Miller III

Wentworth Earl Miller III

V.I.P.

V.I.P.

Monday, December 29, 2014

One of A Kind!



I’ve written quite a few blogs about Wentworth’s values and of his persona.   I think Went possess qualities that are not often found. 

Today, I’m writing this blog because I feel that I must … and I’m writing this piece this time from my heart and not from my head. 

Last night these lovely pictures of Went attending the TrevorLive Event on the 7th December 2014 in LA were shared on FB.   These photos of Went got me replaying his interviews and listening to what he was saying and how he spoke at the TrevorLive Event and also his interview for “The Flash.  All the while, as I was sitting watching Went’s interviews I couldn’t help thinking what a refined gentleman he was, but still there was more to him than just that, and I thought to myself that it’s Went’s ability to portray sincerity, honesty, sensitivity, open-heartedness and compassion.


I read this piece about a refined gentleman some time ago and when I read it, Went immediately came to my mind. I wanted to share this with you.

 “In whatever society, or in whatever part of the world, a gentleman may happen to be, he always complies externally with the spirit and usages of the place… A gentleman always possesses a certain self-respect—not indeed touching upon self-esteem, and far removed from self-conceit…Indeed a gentleman, in the highest signification of the term, is a noble animal…Employing in the regulation of his own conduct, the strictest standard of propriety, and in his expectations of that of others, the most lenient; cautious in accepting quarrel, more cautious in giving cause for it; lending to virtue the forms of courtesy, and borrowing from her the substance of sincerity; forming his opinions boldly, expressing them gracefully; in action, brave, in conference, gentle; always anxious to please, and always willing to be pleased; expecting from none what he would not be inclined to yield to all; giving interest to small things, whenever small things cannot be avoided, and gaining elevation from great, whenever great can be attained; valuing his own esteem too highly to be guilty of dishonor, and the esteem of others too considerately to be guilty of incivility; never violating decency, and respecting even the prejudices of honesty;…full of courage, but free from ostentation; without assumption, without servility; too wise to despise trifles, but too noble ever to be degraded by them; dignified but not haughty, firm but not impracticable, learned but not pedantic; to his superiors respectful, to his equals courteous; kind to his inferiors, and wishing well to all.” –Richard Wells, Manners, Culture and Dress of the Best American Society, 1894




I’m not saying that Went doesn’t possess a shadow, of course he does.  How dark his shadow is, remains to be seen but then we all possess a shadow … don’t we?

Went darling, you are truly one of a kind!

Thank You!




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