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The Thinker – Are you one?



“The thinker is preeminently a person who sees what others do not. The novelty of what he or she says, its character as a sort of revelation, the charm that attaches to it, all comes from the fact that he or she sees. The thinker seems to be head and shoulders above the crowd, or walking on the ridgeway while others are walking at the bottom. Independence is the word which describes the moral aspect of this capacity for vision.”

King Solomon was a thinker. He sought meaning in all things. He could put ideas together and come up with sensible conclusions. He loved the “stuff of creation” and was not afraid to search out the knowledge of it. Solomon, like most thinkers, was a journaler, a writer. He created 3,000 proverbs and over 1,000 songs about all types of subjects from people to plants to birds and fish. People came from all around to hear his wisdom, to be in the presence of a brain.

Are you a thinker? Journal your thoughts for a month and see what you discover.

CITE:  Ordering Your Private World by Gordon MacDonald



Dr. Sheila Embry is a govie, author, pracademician, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend who loves to read, write, think, and laugh. Many of her blog postings are summaries or excerpts of books that she read and wants to share to encourage others. An author with more than 25 years experience within the legislative and executive branches of the U. S. federal government holding 3 accredited degrees: Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, Master of Arts in Human Resources Development, and Baccalaureate of Business Administration, she believes in continuing learning both on and off the job. She has been recognized with multiple professional and writing awards for her peer-reviewed, publications. Click the bibliography page above for a listing of all the publications.

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