May 16, 2012
I am the master of my fate and the captain of my soul
Beyond the night that covers me, Black as the Pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be for my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have never regretted and I blinked. Subjected to the blows of fate, my head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears looms but the Horror of the shade, the menace of the years Finds and shall find me unafraid. No matter how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll. However, the strong words of the poem: "I am the master of my fate and captain of my soul," became the strength and courage a leader of humanity by their example and humility, he leaves a legacy that most human beings at this time we did not want to understand. The legacy of forgiveness, humility, love, equality, and we did not want to look for to stand in the limiting beliefs of ambition, power, and mediocrity.
So, seeing this reinforced my view that humans, if we could with what to propose just fill our hearts with forgiveness and humility, end our wars not only internal but external to us from envisioning a world created in love and prosperity. Forgiveness is just a quality of character of the brave and the strong, confident. The inability to forgive, just go directly correlated to my weakness and my own insecurities. Likewise, we could demonstrate that the ability and wisdom of man give us the possibility at any given time, simply change your mind and opt for other methods of dialogue and conciliation. One of the things that cost us: have the humility and courage to change your mind, as often we like to be right. That was what made Nelson Mandela to be given the miracle of marriage in the village. Why not think about creating our own miracle, what keeps us from forgiving.
We need to work on improving the way we are, and incorporate what we have in our hearts. In other words, transform our way of life. For...
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