Hello all, I was reminded today of a story I believe I posted here a while back. I think I'll post it again because I feel it has a good moral to the story. It's about how lions catch their prey out in the wild. When lions are hunting food they travel in packs. Normally this pack will consist of one older and larger male lion, and several younger and faster lions. When they find an animal that will be their target they surround it. The younger, faster lions will stay together and hide behind the targeted "dinner". The older lion, who is better at hunting yet much slower approaches the prey from the front. Once spotted he will let out this thunderous roar. The animal immediately fears the big lion and turns and runs in the opposite direction, of course, right into the pack of younger, hungry lions who are waiting.
While this is just nature’s way of surviving, the moral of the story is: charge into your biggest and loudest problems head on. Sometimes it may just be the best thing for you. Hope everyone is doing well, and much love and light to you all.
F.E.A.R. stands for False Evidence Appearing Real. In these fear filled times, make sure you are not making it worse by believing everything you hear, see, read, or think. As the angels said, nothing is as it seems. Live your life, yes, but live it with JOY! How do you do that? By doing joyful things, of course.
Barbara and Trudy
FAITH BUILDER: Pray for both sides in any conflict. In this way you will be emulating God.