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August 02 2020

 

" The Power of WISDOM "

 

by Reverend Robin B. Haruna

 

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" The Power of WISDOM "

 

August 02, 2020

 

In the body, conclusions are reached through experience;

in intellect, reason is the assumed arbiter of every question;

in Spirit, intuition and inspiration bring the quick and sure answer

to all the problems of life.

Charles Fillmore

 

 

WISDOM is our ability to discern, evaluate, apply what we know, and make wise choices and decisions.

 

Location: Solar plexus/pit of stomach

Color: yellow like the sun

 

What is mine to do? Can I say yes? Can I say no?

 

Being judgmental is to stop assessment at the level of appearance.  Using good judgment is seeing past one’s actions to the divine presence within each individual.

 

Knowledge refers to information and facts accumulated. Wisdom is the ability to make sensible decisions based on knowledge, understanding, experience, and intuition

 

 Discernment is a particular kind of perception without judgment; the ability to rely upon principle rather than facts in decision-making

 

Balance “left brain” rational, logical with “right brain” intuitive approaches is important.

 

“What you see with your eyes shut is what counts.” 

                             -Lame Deer, Lakota Sioux

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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