On Knowing Thyself
Both Socrates and Plato knew the importance of "Knowing thyself".
Incredible wisdom in those two words. For it is in truly knowing ourselves that we understand the whys of our thoughts, intentions, words, and our actions.
(I wish I had this wisdom early in life. Lots of time wasted in lost ways, detours, and dead ends.)
This perfect juxtaposition of thoughts, intentions, words and actions is embodied in Jesus. He thought, spoke and acted consistently with who he said he was.
Let us learn from the master. Let us find the time to reflect on ourselves, on who we really are. Not what others think of us, not who we think we are or how we want others to think of us.
It may prove to be an arduous journey but when reached will open a world of inner peace.
My name's Anna Maria! I publish a new blog post every Monday and Friday, two of my favorite days!If you want to learn more about my journey, my book "Touched by Grace: The Journey" will be released late summer through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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