When you start with thanksgiving, you will always end with praise. Be thankful, it grows.
In regards to maan (to seek importance from others), a man will become impudent if he keeps getting insulted up to a point. If he gets maan (importance from others) to a certain level, he grows stronger. And if he gets too much maan [praise], then his desire for it will come to end.
The color-patches of vision part, shift, and reform as I move through space in time. The present is the object of vision, and what I see before me at any given second is a full field of color patches scattered just so. The configuration will never be repeated. Living is moving; time is a live creek bearing changing lights. As I move, or as the world moves around me, the fullness of what I see shatters. “Last forever!
George Stephenson, with a sagacity of mind in advance of the science of his day, answered, when asked what was the ultimate cause of motion of his locomotive engine, ‘that it went by the bottled-up rays of the sun.
The Earth must have done some noble work; that is why you were born here and not in the ocean among the fishes and not in the sky among the birds.
It was as if God had become not only the object of my praise and thanksgiving but my creative partner as well.
Aspire to high standards, expect strong results, offer self praise, and stack your confidence.
Praised be my Lord, for our sister water.
St. Francis of Assisi,
Canticle of the Sun
The Sovereign LORD is a mighty KING.