Wednesday, March 05, 2008

On The three legs of a stool: Head, heart and soul

Gig Harbor, Washington, Flitzy Phoebie

To live a life of peace and spirit, “we must offer others what we are looking for ourselves,” Chris Gilbert, a Baha'i in Washington State, writes in The Peninsula Gateway. That involves using “head, heart and soul,” which he likens to the “three legs of a stool upon which we balance our lives.”
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A news story from our backyard. -gw

1 comment:

Barmak Kusha said...

Interesting... I sometimes think a stool is a highly unstable structure... :))