Second Time Wisdom

the difference between wining and losing, loving orIMG_5757 abusing seconds. Solomon was putting love into perspective in accordance with ancient wisdom and modern living. To insist on being first, was stating the case for the self, as loving is giving of oneself, it meant you had to come second, and coming second meant suspending your ambition in favour of a greater goal. It was the teaching of Jesus, and it was shrouded in the parables, being first wasn’t the goal, as being first insisted on a mind set, that didn’t agree with being second, simple as it is, Solomon understood this in a far wider context than the plain words he was using. In a world that divided itself according to class and other forms of difference, coming second had consequences. It had inherent wisdom, coming second. Because mother’s put their children first, coming second wasn’t a problem, it was natural. But teaching others to put others first would, if preached and practised, have wider consequences that were trans-formative, particularly for religions. Believers in God Most High were all seconds, and seconds in reality. Being born again was the second birth, being born again meant eternal life, being second allowed those with addictive minds to cure themselves. it made forgiveness a little bit easier, it made sharing easier, made love much stronger. Men just had to learn it, as women seemed to be born with it, and perhaps, it solved the ego issue across the world, a second. Solomon sighed, far more than they could imagine possibly, a second, being second cured most ego problems too…made loving so much easier for everyone too….did she remember…

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