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Monday, September 15, 2014

Life Plan | Follow “Stupid” Animals To A Winning Strategy

Some of us run right past critical analysis in our thought process. Therefore, we run head wrong into critical choices. We forsake natural world teachers whose lives demonstrate instructions from the Great Strategist. One reason we disregard instruction is the misconception only humans have intelligence.

Who Has Intelligence.?!

Have we not witnessed animals, insects and plants live, thrive and do more than survive? Have we seen any of them go get a job? These forms of life perform work, but that work is directly for what they need. Their jobs are performed within the context of their community and who they were created to be. Thus, they are fruitful and multiply.

There's such a thing as living outside yourself. There is also such a thing as working outside yourself. Work that doesn't match self according to purpose and destiny.

Since animals, insects and plants do what they were sent here to do, all of them have food and shelter. Yet, how many of these creatures have houses, refrigerators, cupboards, closets, drawers, basements, garages and sheds filled with food and other life-supporting supplies? What they do have plenty of is Divine-given abilities. Humans do too. We just don't apply ourselves properly. If we applied our abilities directly to the natural world to get what we need, there might be enough evidence to prove we're also intelligent.

Clearly, humans have devolved from natural world self sufficiency to human-replaced dependency. During this backwards progress phase, we have made the easiest part of life and existence, food and shelter, the hardest. This can be explained by false notions and stupid behavior.

Lessons From Intelligent Beings

1. Apply what you naturally have directly to what's naturally available.

2. Use the hand you're dealt and the cards you've chosen.

3. Work with others trying to do the same.

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