The narcissist's karma is to experience the emotional pain that they have inflicted on others. This includes neglect, abuse, and exploitation. To paraphrase a Buddhist saying, "What goes around comes around." The narcissist will eventually suffer the same pain and humiliation that they have caused others. Unfortunately, this often occurs during their lifetime as well as after death.
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You are just a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.
When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.
Seeking wisdom is wise. In fact, desiring to gain wisdom and pursuing wisdom is an admirable quality. However, some people will do anything to quickly gain what they too easily perceive to be “wisdom.” Wisdom is not gained quickly nor easily. As was the case with Adam and Eve, we should be suspicious of any ‘wisdom’ that comes quickly and directly contradicts the clear command of God. Consider too, the implications of how our haste can spread to those we love and care about most.
Where, and from whom, are you looking to gain wisdom?
Neither gold nor crystal can compare with it, nor can it be had for jewels of gold. Coral and jasper are not worthy of mention; the price of wisdom is beyond rubies.
Even if we were able to mine all that this earth has to offer, it would still be temporal, perishable, and of limited value. Job highlights the futility of pursuing earthly things, especially when you consider that what God offers is incomparable in value.
Why are we so diligent in our effort to attain what is ultimately worth so little?
Wisdom should be sought with all our hearts, souls, and minds; it is worthy of our surrendering any other desire or intention, to instead receive the One who is "the way, the truth, and the life" (John 14:6).
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Aleph is the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet. The second letter in the Hebrew alphabet is Bet. Most people don’t realize this, but our word “alphabet” originally came from a combination of Aleph and Bet.
The Declaration of Independence stands as an extraordinary event in history, characterized by the meticulous planning and determination of visionary individuals. These brilliant minds covertly conspired, driven by the desire to establish a new nation that would embody the principles of individual liberty, property rights, self-government, and self-determination.
Consider this: if King George III had possessed the means to intercept and monitor the Founders' private correspondence, eavesdrop on their clandestine conversations, and trace their movements, the very foundation of their endeavor would have crumbled before it even took shape.
Take a moment to reflect on the significance of this realization. One of the fundamental factors contributing to the success of the Founders' revolution against the world's most formidable superpower at the time was the utmost privacy that enshrouded their daily activities and communication.
In our contemporary world, a revolution of comparable magnitude would face severe challenges, potentially thwarted or infiltrated if the revolutionaries were unable to establish a similar level of privacy and secrecy.