Post #94 – Eagles – Life’s Prolific Scholars

The Mighty Eagle

Abundant eagles, Homer Alaska


Eagles have no fear and never avoid storms. They use the currents to soar to greater heights. Life’s challenges can be overwhelming, frightening, and depressing. The eagle never gives up. Their eyes remained focused on their goal, teaching us to embrace our storms.

Spread your wings. Let the currents carry you to the places you might never have gone on your own somewhere over an exquisite rainbow and into a new page-turning chapter of your life.

“Watch an eagle when a storm comes. When other birds fly away from the storm with fear, an eagle spreads its mighty wings and uses the current to soar to greater heights.” Kelvin Esiasa167

Definition of eagle eyes : eyes that watch or look carefully and see or notice many things – Miriam Webster

“If you swapped your eyes for an eagle’s, you could see an ant crawling on the ground from the roof of a 10-story building. You could make out the expressions on basketball players’ faces from the worst seats in the arena. Objects directly in your line of sight would appear magnified, and everything would be brilliantly colored, rendered in an inconceivable array of shades.” Source: Live Science

The eagle is known for its keen eyesight. Because it has eyes on both sides of its head, the eagle can see what is going on around it at all times. We need to be aware of their surroundings. The eagle can look straight ahead; yet see what is happening in the world around him. It has a panoramic vision. It is aware of its surroundings at all times.

eagle eye

 “Eagles: When they walk, they stumble. They are not what one would call graceful. They were not designed to walk. They fly. And when they fly, oh, how they fly, so free, so graceful. They see from the sky what we never see.”

“But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31 – The Bible 






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