Genuine dons no mask for covered over requires the ardent task of constant camouflage and lies contained.
Sincere and honest fake does disdain since humility begets the Greatest gain.
Humility misunderstood bespeaks a weakened state promoting abuse-- persistent in treatment 'no good' to its adherents. These acts ignoble mistakes.
Yet, a humble man's greatly defined by a steel moral center though coated in kindness and goodness true compassion to each and every of humankind.
A Perfect example of 'no pretense' conveyed is the Messiah who groundwork laid on the earth over 2000 yrs almost to this day demonstrating 'Real' Love to his disciples did say:
"God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, so that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life."
Is that not authentic love displayed?
Our Father's sacrifice at great cost His beloved Son to restore what was lost. In humility this Son thus gave His Perfect life for obedient mankind to save.
Leaving his Father's heavenly favored side to birth as a human and reside tormented and rejected by the imperfect within;
Yet, firm to the 'Truth' He'd defend to his own prophesied violent end.
Humility exemplary. Not weak and thin-skinned.
This is our Humble King: Valiant Among Men Learn from me, for I am mild-tempered and lowly in heart.—Matt. 11:29.
During his earthly ministry, Jesus spoke and acted in ways that revealed genuine humility. He never called undue attention to himself. Instead, he directed all glory to his Father. (Mark 10:17, 18; John 7:16) He never talked down to his disciples or made them feel inferior. Rather, he dignified them, praising them for the good he saw in them and expressing his confidence in them. (Luke 22:31, 32; John 1:47) Jesus outstandingly showed humility by his obedience. (Phil. 2:5-8) Unlike arrogant individuals who disdain obedience, Jesus humbly submitted to God’s will for him, becoming “obedient to the point of death.” Is it not clear that Jesus, the Son of man, was “lowly in heart”? w15 2/15 1:7
Memorial Bible reading: (Daytime events: Nisan 9) Mark 11:1-11
you tender virgins,
those stillborn in death
your gentle passage
'til called in glorious renew
your days to endless splendor
your feet through golden sands;
though now: a time of danger
anxiety for imperfect man.
Yes, sweet your sleep,
you'll not remember;
as rising suns chase settling moons
the living mourning
in cycles crying
Write a poem for contest Brevity series 44 - span
Please write whatever the word "span" inspires.
1) I am not restricting word count, but expect a brevity. I think about 40 words should be perfect.
2) No images, no profanity.
3) Please don't explain the meaning of the word and please proofread your entry.
Thank you for writing.
"'The span of our life is 70 years,
Or 80 if one is especially strong.
But they are filled with trouble and sorrow;
They quickly pass by, and away we fly." Psalm 90:10
Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10
5 For the living know* that they will die,+ but the dead know nothing at all,+ nor do they have any more reward,* because all memory of them is forgotten.+
10 Whatever your hand finds to do, do with all your might, for there is no work nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom in the Grave,*+ where you are going.]