To contemplate the true meaning of divine physical health is to consider all the external and internal ingredients of the body. The strength in our stance, an exhibition of physical power, the assertion in our presence. The beautiful precision of the mouth, the excellence of conversation, maintaining a melody that is soothing. The delicacy in the way we touch and resist touch, becoming desirable by the consistency in gesture, the ever so assuring fluctuation of the body. The gaze, the gaze in which we seek reassurance in the familiar, the gaze that stimulates sexuality and desire, the gaze that reflects and deflects. These components we must honour and nourish as they will help us become a product of the perfect specimen.