“Sit back and relax. The coffee is still warm and the swift breeze brings comfort here on top of the mountain. If you were able to see the sky here I don’t think you would ever want to leave. The beauty in the world is evidently right here in front of me. Sarah had the secret to observation and that was to appreciate everything with a sense of value. Her elegant hair brush her eyelids in the cool summer day.
As she had explored the wilderness all that kept crossing her mind was the fascinating ability for nature to go on without any force at all. Her crystal blue eyes distinguish between the different types of plants, animals and even stones and minerals surrounding her. Being able to get the sense of well-being through the understanding that the world was working with her, not against.
As she hangs her hammock on a near by tree a man is seen off in the distance walking by, with a curious look upon his face.
“You like to get out in the wild too, huh? What do you get out of all this?” You can tell he’s almost smiling.
Her reply was simple, “I think you already know, the wisdom to respect this prize we have been so freely given.”
Needless to say this was only the beginning to a very long story.
The Secret To Observation
We all know that one moment in time where we’ve finally made sense of a situation or problem. It felt like magic and it was like connecting the dots between many different spectrum’s. The key to successful observation is gaining knowledge and then literally applying it to the logical sense in which you can use wisdom to decipher it’s meaning. Everything has a fluid harmony and rhythm to it. The unfortunate part is, many people never truly discover it. Contentment and serenity mixed with a little bit a comfort in knowing that everything is going to be alright.
Wisdom brings insight knowledge can never supply.
When you can perceive the world in a manner where it is unbiased and forgiving it is much easier to live as the person you are. We are here to be students to our own lives. To be a service to others with the intention of living in a pendulum like state. If you’ve kept up on my writing’s you know one of my favorite saying’s,
“One hand washes the other and they both wash the face.”
Question For The Day
Are you able to observe the world around you and perceive it to the a point where you can gain wisdom from what you are seeing through the power of what you already know?
Knowledge and wisdom work so well together when put together cohesively. It’s almost like peanut butter and jelly on a nice toasted slice of bread. The delicious filling surrounded by a crunchy heart warming melt that satisfies the stomach to a degree that even the best fruit can’t handle.
That’s the ability to harness wisdom and observe the world around. Everything has a place where it fit in for the exact reason it was intended to do. Find your peanut butter and apply the jelly.