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Wisdom, It Would Seem, Is A Nomad, And We Must Follow It Rather Than It Coming And Staying With Us

Something about impossible is nothing…

I have found that with age comes the potential for wisdom to take up residence. But this is completely unlikely, because wisdom is a nomad, and why so few of us ever live with it for long periods of time.

I am thankful for a tireless desire to follow where it leads.

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Internet's only five-a-day blogger, leaving a trail for our son. This is about putting the spirit of Love at the center of your life. It may be God, Allah, Mohammed, Buddha, Yahweh, etc. For me, it's Jesus.

8 replies on “Wisdom, It Would Seem, Is A Nomad, And We Must Follow It Rather Than It Coming And Staying With Us”

There’s also the notion that if we ever thought we “arrived” to that full destination, we would give up on trying to continue the journey. There’s always more to learn!

Perhaps the one thing we must always do every day is be patient. Live each day to the fullest extent we can, patiently waiting for our call home.

The kiddos and I have been reliving all the Star Wars movies this past week. Ultimately, what shines the brightest are the wise sayings of Master Yoda. Especially this one I love:

“Do, or do not. There is no try.”

Lord, please give me the wisdom of Master Yoda.

Natalie, very cool. I still have not seen the Star Wars movies.
Do. Or do not.
Some things are better left undone.
But there is no individual owner’s manual.

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