Sets the knowledge in motion
In motion is wisdom
Wisdom in action is the bricks of success.
After spending the past few days surrounded by Joseph Campbell's works and the counsel of trusted friends ( ...ahem Amanda Lambert of Human Being Training...) I came up with the above stanza of thought.
I feel that it hits the essence that wisdom is, in honest application, is a verb. As the RZA would say "do the wisdom."
Action begets action. Lack of action begets a lack of action.
The successful take stock of their passions and where their "bliss" as Mr. Campbell would say pulls them into the current of the waters they are meant to be. This does not mean the waters are not turbulent, or violent, or painful.
It means that despite that, the current still keeps you moving down the river to the waterfall that is the threshold of your return (the final stage of 3) in your hero's journey,
Take solace in knowing as long as you are in your bliss, you have dedicated to your evolution on a daily basis of knowledge, and every knowledge you earn that you put into motion will rip you through the rapids toward your goals where you are suppose to be. Because MOVEMENT, in all realms, is the medicine our bodies (physical and metaphysical) desire to be in.
In the Count of Monte Cristo there is a quote that Edmund Dantes says to his son that I feel truly embodies being taken by the storm of your purpose and following the wisdom of your life as an action...
Take action up with your knowledge that you knuckle scrape for every day. Dive into the storm of wisdom in motion and let the fates know you as we know YOU....
As the strongest version of yourself ( as Ellikot Hulse would say) that YOU desire built upon the bricks of small successes every day founded upon your bliss and desire as a person.
Find that if you have yet to. And it is not lost you just do not believe you are worthy yet.
As Scott Sonnon (TACFIT/CST Creator) says, "There is magic in the mundane work."
Set out on your journey and do the wisdom, Legion