Where eagles fly

By: Rusty Potter

The wingspan of an eagle can be up to seven feet. The eagle was built to soar high above the earth. The eagle was also built to withstand a storm. When other birds seek shelter during a storm, the eagle runs into the storm. The storm is used to lift the eagle higher. We must learn and grow from the storms in our life. The challenges in our life will bring new opportunities. When you allow your problems to lift you higher, you also become an eagle. Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain.

Eagles have excellent vision and concentration. We should do the same with our goals. We should focus on one thing to accomplish at a time. Eagles fly alone or with other eagles. We should associate with people who can help us to grow. Proverbs 13:20 says, “He that walketh with wise men shall be wise.” Remember, good people bring out the good in other people. If you associate with eagles, you will learn to soar to new heights.