Powerful. Like the Eagle. Impeccable vision. Able to dive as fast as 100 mph. The eagle is one of the most revered birds in existence. Competitive. Hunters. Some of the larger birds feed off mammals as large as deer – while the smaller ones enjoy insects and fruit. Considered ruler of the skies. Since ancient times, their
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Lion Brave. Throughout history lions have become part of human culture – symbolizing strength, bravery and prestige. Massive animals, they weigh up to 550 pounds. Able to run as fast as 50 mph in short distances. Distinctive and social. The mane of the males are captivating. The influence of lions can be found in a
Harvest Bound. The first recorded Teresa – began as Therasia. She was a wealthy woman who lived during the time of the late Roman Empire. Married to a distinguished aristocrat, they chose to serve in full-time Christian ministry. And dedicated most of their resources to philanthropy. It is believed they used part of their home
Root of Greatness. In the ancient world, a mighty tribe was among the most esteemed families of Rome. Their ancestral legacy excelled – becoming prominent diplomats, military commanders, and propraetors. Distinctly strong and powerful, they were considered part of aristocracy. A distinction that has carried into the English language. Esteemed words like valiant, valor, evaluate,
Hot Commodity. When the ancient Greeks encountered wine, it revolutionized their world. Although, they weren’t the first to create it – they certainly took its use to another level. Banquets were invented as a communal expression of fellowship. It was customary for attendees to gather in their respective circles over food and wine. Moderation and
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