LaSoaphia QuXazs

(1934 / Budapest, Hungary, living in the USA)

Wisdom and Understanding.


King Solomon, the wise one said,
Find wisdom, get understanding my beloved.
The more knowledge you pick up in time,
Receive more self confidence, takes you out of the grime.

Wisdom cannot be given, the laws of life has to be observed,
Sometimes on the hard way, but eventually it will be deserved,
As knowledge is power, eventually you see the reality
And you live your life in freedom, peace and dignity.

Keep on observing and learning everything on your way,
Be patient, never too proud, only humble, this I can say.
Eventually you will see the light,
And you will realize your power and might.
Which were always with you. that's your birth right.

Submitted: Friday, December 02, 2011

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  • Yosra Baidi (12/10/2011 2:46:00 PM)

    well i love it really, understanding leads you to be wise
    we need to understan freedom our birth right in order to be reasonable and wise
    cause wisdom is a result of too much patience, power and understanding.
    you know i think this is the lesson of life and of being yourself.
    keep up cause you're amazing (Report) Reply

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