One ant is nothing you might say, but the whole damn hill. "What if" we all started saying the same damn thing?

waldo the ant!

So, what exactly is it that we should learn from the ants?

Not because we liked it but because we knew it would be good for "the next guy". What would that cost you? How much would that save?

Ants are everywhere and they don't get alone all the time, but are we wiser?

Today, when it comes to ants, most often it is how to exterminate them, which can be "not wise", foolish and possibly sinful. How can something so big and intelligent be so irritated by something so small as an ant? Is it the elephant and mouse syndrome?

We are of the notion and strive to live more comfortable, yet independent of each other, even from generation to generation.

Grands live in their homes and likewise with children and their children. Our children are so eager to grow up and have their own. Or should I say, "go away"? But where are they going? Every time you look up, there they are. Be cheaper to build a additional room.

Just how does a community raise a child?

What about sharing? Why do we have so much difficulty in this area? Why do we "struggle" so much with each other and disease?

Let's see what about ants?

Are ants smarter than humans? If they only knew.

Ants have superior intelligence because they enjoy a more superior lifestyle.

When you study ants and see them so busy, be ashamed of yourself for being idle and learn to be wise and diligent at whatever you are called to do.

Learn from ants and become wise. They learn what they need and work accordingly, without managers, supervisors or leaders--without guide, overseers or rulers. All they need is a queen.

    There are four things which are little upon the earth but they are exceedingly wise:
  1. The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer;
  2. The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make their houses in the rocks;
  3. The locusts have no king, yet go forth all of them by bands;
  4. The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings’ palaces.

Remember MY Sore!

Go to the ant, thou sluggard, consider her ways, and be wise; Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. But when will it sink in?

ants - the best way for an individual, a group, a community, nation to be wise is for each person to think and act as independently as possible, for the good of the whole. Always be true to yourself.

(((your inner

Ant wisdom?

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