High on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful city of Venice, Italy, there lived an old man who was a genius. Legend said he could answer any question anyone might ask him. Two of the local boys figures they could fool the old man, so one of them caught a small bird in his hands and asked the old man if the bird was dead or alive. Without hesitation, the old man said, “Son, if I say to you that the bird is alive, you will close your hands and crush him to death. If I say the bird is dead, you will open your hands and he will fly away. You see, son, in your hands you hold the power of life and death.” You, without qualification, and with no mental reservations, must believe that. In your hands you hold your life’s seeds of failure — or the potential for greatness. Your hands are capable but they must be used — and for the right things — to reap the rewards you are capable of attaining.
In this month’s activity, your responsibility is to complete the wordfind. Complete the activity. Bring it to class during tip week.