Romans 8: 14-17

There is, apparently, a piece of folk wisdom from China which offers the following advice: if rivals are annoying you by playing well, consider adopting their strategy[1].  As folk wisdom goes, it’s a neat little saying, not least because it requires that we consider the possibility that others may know better than we do, or may be more talented than we are: in which case it would be wise to swallow our pride, study their methods, and benefit from what others may have to teach us. Continue reading “Romans 8: 14-17”