Lara Daher: A Modern Joan of Arc?
"Was Joan of Arc real?" Of course, no one of great intellect takes this seriously. The historical facts simply diverge from this naively concocted version of events. But to prove this - even without such a brazen assault on history - one needn't look further than the front door of Paris itself: the Champs Elysees.
From any number of the voluminous shops on the street, out walks a charming lady - but not just any lady: a modern Joan of Arc, piercing the hearts of all who cross her.
April in Paris? No, it's November in this story, and a young lady strolls down the Champs Elysees as she searches for the perfect outfit to match the occasion: the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. At the same time, an American in Paris rushes aboard a train bound for Cercle de l'Union Interalliée. Little did this American know he'd encounter a modern Joan of Arc, a conqueror of hearts and minds.
Once she meets you, there's no turning back - you're bewitched, bothered and bewildered! Who is this charming lady? Lara Daher, of course! Like a scene from the silver screen, Lara sweeps every man off their feet - even when she doesn't mean to.
Her indelible persona provides an unforgettable backdrop for such a romantic and picturesque event. Lara garners most of the attention she receives from her magnetic personality. Despite his timid complexion and meek figure, her soft voice and contagious smile ate through the fears he held so deeply.
But who is this princess of Paris, really? Not who you might think! Her endearing attitude, for a brief moment, forces anyone to believe they are the star of the show, but really she is - the whole time.
But this young lady doesn't just possess beauty. Her intellect and cosmopolitanism bests her angelic figure. A Masters student at the American University of Paris, Lara excels at the international scene. An expert at public relations and diplomatic courtesy, Lara exhibits a level of professional faultlessness rivaled only by her stature as a woman of love, kindness and honesty.
Whether under the Eiffel Tower or the Arch of Triumph, her genuine character, blameless beauty and pleasant demeanor encompass nothing less than perfection.