The eagle is a fascinating bird. Known for its power and ability to fly at high altitudes in the sky. It flies where no other bird can fly. As children, we are often told to soar like an eagle. Aim high and FLY. Oh, but if only it were that simple! I recently read a web article on the ways of the eagle, and thought I’d highlight the lessons that we can learn from them.
A myth about the eagle states that, after 40years, it undergoes a rebirth to live for another 30years
Eagles fly alone or with their own kind. Life lesson: Associate with people who are at your level, or who can help you to grow. Also, not everyone will share your vision or dream. Find people who think like you so that you can both dream and grow together. Don’t waste your time with naysayers and negative people. And don’t share your dreams with just anybody. You’ve got a dream? Protect it!
Eagles have excellent vision and concentration.
In order to achieve something in life be sure you know exactly what you are about and the methods you are going to use to achieve them.
Eagles feed on live food/meat. They don’t eat dead animals. Life lesson: Don’t waste your energy and time beating a dead horse. Know when to say goodbye and let go. Keep your options open and your information current. Do your research and preparation. Keep things current and keep them moving.