I was honored to be featured this week with Anchored Voices. Here is an excerpt from my work. You can click on the link to read the rest!! Thanks for reading! May this encourage your heart today!!
Wisdom has always sounded like a grown-up word.
I can remember hearing stories of Winnie the Pooh and the “Wise Old Owl” being the center of knowledge and direction for A.A. Milne’s lively creatures in the Hundred Acre Wood.
I can also remember sitting in Sunday School class as the flannel graph images of King Solomon, proclaimed to be the wisest man to ever have lived, told the story of two crying women who fought over a son. Solomon judged that the real mother would be revealed if he declared that the baby be cut in half to settle their argument.
It ended up okay, but to my little 8-year-old mind, that didn’t sound very wise…or kind.
The word wisdom has changed in meaning as I have grown older. Wisdom carries with it a recognition of knowledge, a certain ability to be able to see the whole picture, and something that we often strive after as we mature.
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