Tag Archives: wisdom

The Ways of the Sky

How do I know the ways of the sky? I see the clouds pass in the wind. I feel the sun as it caresses my face. My garden is nourished by the falling rain. Some imagine they can predict it … Continue reading

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Snow Memories

Perhaps you remember the falling white snow. The earth was blanketed with mounds and drifts. I was prepared because I saw the changing sky. My plans were adjusted for the imminent blizzard. In the summer I sleep beneath the stars. … Continue reading

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The Wise Man

Who is like a wise man? When difficult questions must be answered, he chooses carefully without any prejudice. Transformation seems to be an act of will. It wrings out the old by bringing in the new. Truly, the new creation … Continue reading

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The Show

The show began too slowly. I expected more action. At first I was angry. I thought it would be better. I shut my ears with anger. I closed my eyes out of frustration. I stewed in my seat, my mind … Continue reading

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Guides

Followers trust their guide’s knowledge. They find a path through that other’s wisdom. As the goal is nearing, it becomes visible to all. Having reached the end, a new plan arises. Hope builds for the promises of the new destination. … Continue reading

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A New Cycle

I am hungry for the beginning of a new cycle. I was sharing my ideas with my family. I have been searching for options. One idea seemed the most likely. It wasn’t easy nor was it certain. However, other ideas … Continue reading

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The Doors

I had been walking around the problem. If I continue talking I’ll forget. The words of others will be lost. I need to make a prudent choice. I have walked toward a dark wall. I am facing two diverging doors. … Continue reading

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