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Ervin Whitaker
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The Lion Attitude

Published on 11/19/2014
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The concept of moving like a lion is a concept lost.  The lion is noted for being king of the jungle.  Why?  The lion has a boldness that is beyond the normal.  Part of the fright of the other animals is his mighty roar that follows with a boldness and not turning down to what he is up against.  He relentlessly and calculatedly move in for the kill or he, just guarding his territory, will not turn away for any.

Moreover, today, in this fast moving world of hypes and promises, propaganda and hopes of becoming something that we will never achieve or become or trying to be someone that the Creator never intended us to be, one thing is for sure, we can be like lions in boldness and not turning away: upholding our morals and principles, according to the way God wants us to, regardless of the outcome.  We can run our businesses relentlessly and calculatedly with much precision and prudence so that not only will we be helped by it but that it will be able to help the community and the economy. 

When we create a circle of social help for all, we create a rewarding benefit here and in the other world.  However, all might not buy in, but all can not say, you did not offered help.  We, in these holidays, can be selfish and enjoy our families and businesses' success or we can create a social circle of love, kindness and offer of help, even though all might not need it or buy into to it!  With prudence and understanding, one can discern who does and who does not.  I look to the book of Proverbs for so much wisdom and hints about life.  This comes from a man that live both sides of the spectrum, having so much and yet loosing much through his madness and folly.

Therefore, the concept of moving like a lion and not turning away from any can be apart of our life, as long as it is tempered by wisdom and prudence and not stubborn and narrow-mindedness.
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