What do I know therefore becomes a question of who do I trust?
The greatest treasure, rarest find; its value deep in vaults of time. So, that worth seeking often hides, beyond the reach of simple minds. Where only by the journey, can the seeker be the key. Unlocked in growing character, to safely wield its sacred mystery. Thus, knowledge waits, its power kept; for only those whose use could bless. -CMH
What became of lofty dreams, And noble goals expressed? By those whom it would always seem Could reach desired happiness. Yet, came the day to count the cost. Where others, seeing nothing lost; To them, just emptiness and dust. Time, said one to his good friend, Will lead all men to weep. For only in its passing bend Its treasure found, too deep. By such a day as could be seen This priceless rare commodity Already spent, on lesser things. <a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12059605/?claim=ek6gq6663n8″>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>
Just noticed that the Proverbs 31 woman gets about 2/3 of a chapter at the end of 30 and 1/3 chapters on the virtuous man. Proverbs 31:10 “The virtuous woman, who can find?…” What if instead of saying, “this woman is impossible to find.” The writer of proverbs is trying to make a final point to the young man that he has been trying to teach for the past 30 and 1/3 chapters? What if he is trying to say, “Who is able to find such a woman?” The only way that you will ever be able to find this...
I am a product of greatness. Of great men, of great leaders, great ideas, and great teachers. All these shaped the world around me yet remain unseen, wielding transformative power only in the world of words. To the one who looks, they leave a great treasure. To him who applies what he sees, they bestow the legacy of greatness.