Week 13 – Obtainment of Knowledge

On this journey of self-discovery and obtainment of knowledge, I not only see myself recognize that which is within me but also the brilliance of others as they examine their own lives and the abundance of knowledge that surrounds us all.

Several weeks ago one of our assignments was to break down a battleship in our minds…all the way down to the hull. Then, follow the plans all the way back to it’s possible beginnings that could have just been an idea or a simple need by a specific individual or group of people. There are so many possibilities but the point is in the power of the creative mind.

As I read through other member’s blogs this week, I could see in their words where they are beyond breaking down battleships. They are now breaking down the principles they have been learning on this journey. Take for instance MkmmaJean in her post about Reciprocity. She clearly realizes that the expectation of reciprocity goes so much further than obtaining material objects. Most people do not venture outside the realm of “I gave you something, and you didn’t give me anything back.”

Mkmma-Karen also had a heartfelt post that was filled with deep thoughts about this journey we are on to become self-directed thinkers. She recognizes that learning to control our thoughts is not only about success but also about survival.

Then, there is KTMasterkey who has brilliantly used his creative mind to find ways to translate negative words into positive ones. Bravo!

You see…learning the knowledge of the Master Key System does not in itself do anything for us. It is only when we apply the knowledge that we learn that we will see the results which we seek on this journey of self-discovery.

Obtainment of Knowledge

 

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16 Responses

  1. Jean
    Jean December 26, 2015 at 11:38 am | | Reply

    Wonderful insight, Shirley. Thank you.

  2. Dave Bernstrom
    Dave Bernstrom December 26, 2015 at 12:43 pm | | Reply

    And your observation of others is a brilliant part of the MKMMA Shirley. Hat’s off to you, I’m thankful for you and everyone here because you are truly making a difference in your’s and others lives. 🙂 …….Connected!

  3. Nisa King
    Nisa King December 26, 2015 at 3:27 pm | | Reply

    Thanks Shirley for sharing other people’s blogs in your post! You encourage me to read more. Wonderful!!!

  4. Yvette J. Charbonneau
    Yvette J. Charbonneau December 27, 2015 at 3:56 pm | | Reply

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  5. Dre
    Dre December 27, 2015 at 9:55 pm | | Reply

    two or more working in perfect harmony or connecting dots 😀
    Wonderful post!! I find reading others journey’s help me connect to mine so much more, the struggles, blessings and triumphs are incredible <3

  6. Norma Smith
    Norma Smith December 28, 2015 at 12:29 pm | | Reply

    All the pieces are coming together and as each piece fits we come to a new realization. Isn’t it great when we start to see it and understand it.

  7. Virginia Perl
    Virginia Perl December 29, 2015 at 3:11 pm | | Reply

    Thank you, Shirley, for helping me clear an obstacle in my road. Who would ever think that the mention of the battleship would help me clear that block…………but it did. Blessings. We sometimes don’t realize when we are helping someone else, so I thought I’d let you know.

  8. Ken Petersen
    Ken Petersen January 1, 2016 at 12:44 pm | | Reply

    Thank you, Shirley, for your mention of not only me, but the others in your post. What a gracious thing to do. You will soon see the benefits of that action in your life. You “get it”. Keep up the fantastic work you are doing. You have at least one dedicated follower in me.

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