While there is much to be taken from this episode, the biggest thing I liked is the willingness we should have to say “I don’t know”. Not knowing something isn’t a sin. We can’t know everything. We need to admit when we don’t know and then we need to do the work to figure it […]
We always feel our vulnerabilities are painfully obvious. That people are scrutinizing us at every turn. That our blemishes define us. I hate to break it to you, but no one really cares—and I mean that in the nicest way possible.
Meekness is not weakness. It’s power under control. It’s ambition grounded with humility and lived out in confidence, not arrogance. Quiet and appropriate confidence is way more attractive than loud and outspoken arrogance.