There something apparent in this verse that reminds me of a greater verse. It is by Ghandi. Be the change that you want to see in the world. The only thing that is different is that George Benard is more descriptive in his message.
- Better keep yourself clean,
- Better keep yourself bright,
- You are the window through which you must see the world.
Maybe this a bit of a stretch to infer that George Benard is elaborating on Ghandi’s message to us.
George Benard gives us some important idea to help deliver a message. He gives steps in order to clearly make a pursuit to happen.
Precise instructions helps those who can be a student to wisdom. Each step is significant and directs us into a process. Only those who have the earnest ability and will can see it to the end.
Once able, you move beyond the first two steps and reach the latter.
A process is important as it allows you to reach to a window of opportunity.
Just like a bird ready to take flight for the first time. It cannot stay in the nest. There is a window of opportunity that reveals itself. When that moment arises, then you have to be ready to jump and take flight.
When you are able, you can see the message through.
Ghandi’s message can be entirely different or very much the same.
It is based on perspective. However, messages are rooted and ties together in some way.
Seeing a message through takes hard work, enduring will, and deliverance. Each step is important, however the objective in sight proves to be better in orienting yourself.
Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world. – George Benard Shaw
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