Insight, as defined by Webster is the ability to understand people and situations in a very clear way; an understanding of the true nature of something.
In our personal, business, and spiritual lives, insight is a critical skill because it requires examining the truth.
Interestingly it is the book, the Bible, which first highlighted the importance of this commonly required skill. There you will find the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Knowledge, Understanding, Wisdom, Counsel, Piety, Fortitude, and Fear of the Lord. The first three make up the Gifts of Insight. As a student of wisdom I am learning that these three “gifts” are required before we can determine any truth. Without insight we are more likely than not to: Continue reading “The Three Gifts of Insight”
Is war ethical? Any war? This war?
More importantly, are we remaining an ethical society because of this ongoing war?
With so many emotions, physical suffering, and opinions we cannot answer these questions very easily since first it must be determined if the clash is a just one and if all peaceful actions were exhausted prior to the start of the conflict. Continue reading “Fifteen Years Ago “War” Crashed into the United States”
March 21, 1983 marked the beginning of a remarkable journey that would last a lifetime. This journey has been shared with my family, many dear friends, and countless audiences throughout the world. I have been blessed to observe the emotional impact created by the retelling of the stories from this journey. Stories that make people laugh with joy, cry with compassion and think differently with love about life in general; all through the efforts to educate, share life’s learning experiences, and to grow society’s embrace of the truth through moral and ethical principles. Continue reading “Financial / Insurance Planning; Founded on the Power of the Wisdom of Three”