My Crown is Power

Hello God!

Thank You for Power and Strength You give to my person. I know I can do everything I want. I am sure in my abilities to keep my promises and commitments. Every act of birth is act of Power. Every mother know that to deliver a birth is rather painful and demands all will and strength she has. Every newborn child knows that the process of birthing is hardworking and the first inspiration is Miracle. By the way the word “inspiration” has the next definitions:

1. stimulation or arousal of the mind, feelings, etc, to special or unusual activity or creativity
2. the state or quality of being so stimulated or aroused
3. someone or something that causes this state
4. an idea or action resulting from such a state
5. the act or process of inhaling; breathing in

It is fascinating. The word “inspiration” means the act or process of inhaling; breathing in. The first inspiration is Inspiration. If I am breathing in I am inspired by this Great Miracle of Life. I dance in dazzling valse about the knowledge.

My thought was about hard work to take joyful miracle of life. Before the first inspiration there is a long hardworking way by birth canal which demands will and strength. Vital force which makes all hearts to beaten helps always but every step is our job. It is Great Job to Live. It is Miracle to be Strong.

“The great Greek philosopher, Socrates, said, “An unexamined life is not worth living.”

He didn’t say “It’s better to examine your life.” He said it’s not even worth living if you don’t examine your life. It’s a strong statement. The word “examine” has military origins. It speaks of discipline and being brutally honest.

An examined life is personal mindfulness and social awareness.

The incredible and shocking reality is that we have the collective capacity and resources to solve all the great problems in the world but barely make any headway.

We need the courage and character of people like Socrates to truly examine the world and our place in it. Socrates made his famous statement about the unexamined life at his own heresy trial, as told by his famous student Plato.

Socrates was given the choice of his own punishment. He drank the hemlock after making his declaration that “the unexamined life is not worth living.” The guy had skin in the game. He knew the costs of an examined life.

The promise of an examined life is not happiness but honesty. Kurt Vonnegut said,

“What if the examined life turns out to be a clunker as well?”

The examined life might turn out to be a clunker because it offers no guarantees of security or happiness. It offers only the satisfaction of integrity.” by Ian Lawton

My Crown is on my head. The Crown is brilliant and platinum. I am Power and Beauty. Lift up your head princess, if not the crown falls…

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Perfect Life!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Love!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Luck!

 

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