Shakespeare writes in Henry the Fourth something that with alteration has become a common phrase. What the King says in the play is “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”. In a kind of play on this, “Crowns” is a set of teachings on royal (queenly) character.
The queenly character series was inspired by this quote from part two of Shakespeare’s Henry IV. Over time this line from the play took on its own life and was turned into “heavy is the head that wears the crown”. I admit this is… Continue Reading “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”
Click here to listen: Queenly Character, the Conclusion It is kind of surreal to arrive at the conclusion of the Queenly Character series. It’s been a blessing, and thank God for putting a demand on our spirits in this time to produce a quality reign… Continue Reading “Queenly Character, the Conclusion”
Certificates are issued to show a person completed the requirements of a field and may now practice. They indicate an end of training, and a beginning of application. Today is like that…I feel like we receive certificates of queenly character. The Lord releases us… Continue Reading “Certificates of Queenly Character”
Click here to listen: Living the Character of Judgment Being responsible for ourselves is not the response to a question of want. Regardless of feeling or circumstance, we own who we are and what we do to move forward to the becoming. For those… Continue Reading “We Judge Ourselves First (with recording)”
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