Vanity is the crown of beauty, and modesty is its throne.
Without modesty beauty is dead, for modesty is the spirit of beauty.
Modesty is the veil over the face of the great, for God Himself is most modest, who is seen by none except those intimate with Him.
Silence in modesty speaks louder than bold words. The cracker cries aloud, "I am the light," and is extinguished in a moment; the diamond, shining constantly, never says a word about its light.