Do you start and stop things all the time? Do you like
things when they are fresh but then your passion fizzles out when they are no
longer brand new? If so, that is a telling sign that you tend to operate more
out of your knowledge than you do wisdom and understanding.
requires patience because it is working with various kinds of knowledge
simultaneously to produce visible results and vi...able
Wisdom waits for its work to be tested and proven in all
kinds of different scenarios and applications.
I encourage you to Take
the time to develop the quality of your thinking, revise your plans, focus your
attention on what you are supposed to produce.
See your product or
project from beginning to the end a
before you launch out and create. It
will change as you go but the foundation of it will not change if you understand
what you are doing and why. That way you don't have to go back and retract the
Don't just you move out on your present knowledge (which
is very weak and shifty) learn how to develop and create from a place of
permanence and patience.
We are naturally more patient with the things
we understand the most because we can navigate through them and adapt or adjust
as we go.
We can steer what we understand. It is not that we will not
face turbulence or surprises but we will not freak out and crash because we have
taken the time to stand under it and anticipate sudden changes.
understand something means to fully stand under it. It means to totally yield to
it. We don't just know it or do it. We become one with it.
The more you
stand under an Idea, the more you will be able to uphold and sustain it. Help it
land safely. You will be able to finish the work (energy) you started
- Apostle Terrance L. Frederick