The key word is to “know”, which is having insight in an area resulting in the ability to resolve difficulties, advance and attain a relatively greater height in that field, that others have not. Knowledge can be likened to food for the different parts of man’s tripartite being. The body requires food to grow, the
My yoke is easy and my burden is light. One would expect a burden to be heavy. N’est pas? A God given one is though said to be light. Does this imply if the burden is crushing it is not appropriate for the carrier. Even a donkey is not meant to be destroyed by its
The monkey swung fast, from branch to branch, giggling, jiggling, leaping swiftly! It was having the time of its life, happy in the face of danger! It was literally in the tiger’s face, teasing, taunting, dangling one limb then another, within easy reach of the drooling tiger’s mouth, then swift as only a mischievous monkey
Love that will not let me go…The hymn that stuck to my heart for two weeks till October 7, 2014… Suddenly it made sense why I had not ben able to get this hymn out of my head for so long. Had to check up the lyrics so many times, till that day on Oct7,
I would hate to be a pilot and suddenly have s passenger struggling with me for control. The result is likely going to be fatal. My father often said “every man is the architect of his own fortune”. Indeed, one’s present state is the result of past choices, regardless of influence by others or circumstances!
Looking for something and getting all worked up is not an uncommon experience, only to find it in the most conspicuous place! My children laugh when I start looking for my reading glasses as they point out, “mum it’s on your head!” I have looked for it whilst I had it on! Too often we
The Dream…Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” is an inspiration to many. Indeed his relatively short lived life is seen to be purposeful, with a goal achieved, enviable in that he lived and died for a defined purpose. Life for many will probably be more meaningful could the reason for existence be identified and
Trainers match weights with individual capacity, to avoid body injury or undue strain that may deter the trainee from continuing to engage. That’s wisdom! It’s not infrequent that people take on roles, mental and emotional burdens that they are not designed for resulting in failure to complete a desired task or attain a much sought