What’s In A Name pt 2

So I wrote a blog last week relating a piece from Shakespeare’s play regarding the importance of a name.  No matter what the name of something is, doesn’t change who or what it is.  Well I’m about to contradict myself.  I had a professor in college in the first day of class tell us that if we answered “It depends,” to any question he had for us during class we would be right (that response got overused in that class… kids these days).  It applies to many things, here for example.  It depends because it is situational.  Though a name doesn’t change who we are, it does have meaning.   I wanted this name to be one with meaning.  I will tell you that my beliefs did influence the coming of the name, but it is not to debate anyone who thinks different.  I understand we all think differently with different beliefs, and I don’t impose my beliefs on others.  This is a personal business that is very close to my heart so I wanted the name to be personal.

In the Bible when they talk about a training ground of someone, they don’t use the word transition or process, they use the word “Wilderness.”  This was a place, or time, that an individual spent growing and processed into what ever it was that they were assigned, and develop the character that was required to sustain that promise.  These people were people like Jesus, King David, the Apostles (which spent probably the largest amount of time there), Isaiah, Elijah, and Elisha.  When I hear these names, I think of them being the “Legends,” of the Bible.  The wilderness is something personal.  Kinda corny I know, but I also love the movie Legends of the Fall haha.  Also, when I think of the wild in some forest, I picture a super cool wolf looking savage with its pack!

23rd of January Year 2019 
6 Intervals of 3 Mins on: 2 Mins off
12 Sumodeadlift High Pulls
12 Burpees Box Jump Overs
12 Toes To bar
ME Wallballs

***Reduce to 10 or 8 Reps if you do not make it to the Wallballs. Ideally you should be getting to the teens, if not 20’s.
Good luck!

Oh yea and remember, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” -Andres

Just kidding that was MLK Jr.


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