Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim finds an owl sitting on an angel's head. It turns out the owl is hurt and she reaches out to help it. As instructors, it is our duty to reach out and help others.
It feels to me like a sign from God, giving us great strength, and telling us to have courage, maintain that warrior spirit, and know that we are on the right track in helping people.
The following rings in my mind:
Similarly, West African and Aboriginal Australian cultures viewed the owl as a messenger of secrets, as well as companions to seers, mystics and medicine people.
|Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim helping hurt owl
|Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim peacefully holding wild owl
During medieval times in western and central Europe it was fabled that owls were actually priestesses and wizards in disguise. To this day the owl is considered an animal soul-spirit linked to a spiritual person via a unique communicative bond.
I never would have even attempted what Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim was doing, but look, she is carrying the owl, and the yet the owl knows it is in loving hands. All this is confirmation that we should help each other and know that we are in God's loving hands.
by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim- author, teacher, speaker, and martial arts instructor
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