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June 15, 2013

Be Still and Know

Be Still and Know
Most people have heard the spiritual phrase,
"Be still and know."

You may have wondered, "know what?"

If you have to ask the question you probably have not been still long enough.
The answer to this question may be different for varying people with varying backgrounds.

For some they will know their creator,
some will know themselves,
some will know what they are not,
some will know what they are purposed to do with their life, some will know how to make the world better for others, some will know the answers to their problems at work, some will know the answers to their problems at home.

Whatever your answer may be, the point is you will know more.

Science has told us the brain is the most powerful supercomputer in the world.  We have heard some of its calculating abilities during active thought.

What about its abilities during stillness?

What about the spirit?

For many, their minds are arguing that we have no spirit.
If that is you, are you really being still?

Our societies are so fast paced and busy that something is always going on.  The world would lead us to believe we have no time to be still.

Even many people toss and turn all night; stillness cannot be achieved even when it is time to sleep.

The first thing that most will learn when trying to be still is
how much at motion we really are.

Just pause right now and be still and for the next 20 seconds whatever you do don’t think of a big pink elephant.

Time’s up, did you think of the big pink elephant?

What’s the lesson, it is not as easy as it sounds to be still.

Even though many MountainWings issues relate to activities, most of the inspiration for the issues comes in stillness.

Be still and know.

Know what?

Be still and you will know.

~A MountainWings Original~
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