Carpe Diem’s “Tackle It Tuesday” #15 Magnanimity



Take a broad view of things. Ignore the faults of others: Be great and noble-minded in whatever you do. Avoid silly talk and childish prattle. Let not the mind dwell on little things and insignificant things.

It’s a very clear “ity” I think … be truthful and trustworthy, see your neighbors as equal, don’t treat them like a child. Look at the bigger picture and not at the small picture.
All little things are useful, but have also there place in the bigger picture. Even the ant is part of God’s Creation and has it’s own task.


little creatures
even they have their part in the play –
snowdrops bloom

© Chèvrefeuille

This episode is open for your submissions today at noon (CET) and will remain open until next Tuesday December 2nd at noon (CET)


4 thoughts on “Carpe Diem’s “Tackle It Tuesday” #15 Magnanimity

  1. Reblogged this on Blog It or Lose It! and commented:
    A person who is magnanimous is charitable, considerate, forgiving, selfless, big-hearted, courageous, dignified, and open-minded. They look at the big picture and don’t waste their time on unimportant things. They ignore silliness as they ignore the faults of others.


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