(and how many times has it proved true? IF ever?)
A thinker of human thoughts…and why should I listen to YOU??
Can You cause a cloud to rain?
Can You quiet the wind with a shhh or hush of your lips?
“Is it by your understanding that the falcon soars, spreading its wings to the south?”
“Or is it at your order that an eagle flies upward and builds its nest high up” ??
So what!…pride talks lots.
but it’s Humility that walks/delivers/rescues/helps compassionately……….
(my) h***: (IS) like a bird
As Partner, Friend, Caregiver, Breathing-Fragile-Life, “Bird” (whatever description you choose)…”these” wise words (of a Master-Designer) are worth our “thinking”-”reading”-”listening” time:
“Before a crash the heart of a man is lofty, and before glory there is humility.” Proverbs 18:12
Patience is a positive quality closely related to humility…patience and humility promote peace, wellness and unity in all relationships.
For example: When a partner is sick and the healthy partner humbly helps and the sick partner humbly accepts, unity and cooperation exists. Instead of battling one another, we battle the illness together; each in their rotating roles of receiver and giver.
THANK YOU my READERS for pursuing PEACE and WELLNESS by acquiring wisdom!:)
To be reasonable is knowing/recognizing wisdom. To be reasonable also means: “not to insist on the perfect letter of the law.”
“The wisdom from above is…reasonable.” James 3:17
I LOVE that quality: Reasonableness…and strive to display it…(trying to reason/communicate/discuss any topic with someone who is haughtily unreasonable is a waste of energy/time.)
Recently read an insightful article full of wildlife wisdom: “The Energy-Efficient Flight of the Wandering Albatross”
“Birds that soar can stay airborne with minimum effort. The wandering albatross is an outstanding example. With a wingspan of 11 feet (3.4 m) and weighing nearly 20 pound (8.5 kg), this bird can fly thousands of miles using very little energy! Its secret lies in both its anatomy and its soaring technique.”
“During flight, an albatross engages special tendons that lock its wings in place when fully extended, thus allowing the muscles to …