Qualified - having the required skills, qualities, talents or accomplishments
18. She perceiveth that her merchandise is good: her candle goeth not out by night.
We all have things to do during the day, whether it's work outside or inside the home. Maybe we want to learn something new. That seems to happen for a lot of adults in the evenings (or after the kids have gone to bed). Maybe we want to improve a skill we already have. That can be a new recipe, scientific research, writing a book, making a business plan. We are only limited by the level of our desire to learn.
26. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.
Before we were married, my husband once asked me what I thought was the difference between ignorance and stupidity. My response ran along the lines of, "Ignorance is the simple not knowing of a subject. Stupidity is refusing to learn."
None of us come into this world knowing everything. Precious few, if any, leave the world that way, either. What we learn on the way, and what we do with that knowledge is a measure of living "a good life".
Tell us a little today about a skill or talent that you have developed, improved or mastered, and how that made (makes?) you feel. Have a great weekend!
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