I just noticed, as I perused my daily review of the articles and blogs, that each of us has attained a “ranking”. Next to my icon, reads the word, IRON.This caused me, (much like an adolescent boy in gym class), to compare against my fellow bloggers and see what I might see. Hmmm; I saw GOLD and even PLATINUM assigned to others. While I’m not exactly certain of the calibration of the scale, I’m pretty confident that PLATINUM was superior to IRON. Yet, I remain unscathed, falling on Biblical principles: As was stated by Solomon, the wisest man ever to live, “As Iron sharpens Iron, so one man sharpens another.” [ Proverbs 27:17 ] So, Iron is not bad; its strengthening! Meanwhile I do offer a sincere “Congratulations” to my finer metal-alloy comrades in our mutual blogging endeavor!
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