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Today’s Wisdom Key

True humanity is: I don’t have to know you to be kind to you.

Today’s Wisdom Key

Don’t allow anything negative today to get the best of you. Your ability to remain calm in the midst of a trying situation does not depict weakness, but strength.

What A Shame!

I’ve seen some people with great talent go nowhere in life because their biggest setback and obstacle to forward progression and guaranteed success was having a deceitful mind-set and a conniving personality. It’s more than a tragedy when exceptionally talented people are really their own worst enemy.

Today’s Wisdom Key

Deception does not herald Favor. True favor, which comes from God, propels you into greatness and takes you places you otherwise could not have travelled. Achieving goals by means of deceit is only temporary as the plummet is inevitable. You may hide from other human beings, but you cannot hide from God, so Honesty is still the best policy. Having a good moral compass is what heralds in life-long blessings and favor that will astound you.

Today’s Wisdom Key

After having been dealt with wrongly or unfairly, it is so tempting within our human nature to respond likewise to our offender. However, taking the high road is a much honorable position as it demonstrates not only to yourself, but also to the other person that you will not descend to their level. Be cool, be calm, be assured that Nothing has ever happened that God did not see.

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Today’s Wisdom Key

When you don’t complain about your own circumstances and difficulties although you may have every right to, it takes an inner strength most remarkable and admirable. What’s ultimately created is a barrier-breaking fortitude on the inside that will get you through any situation.

 

©Tanya R. Taylor

Today’s Wisdom Key

Fear is the biggest hindrance to progress. Do not allow success to evade you because of fear of stepping out into the “unknown” and “unfamiliar”.
© Tanya R. Taylor