Wind Beneath Our Wings

June 17, 2009 9:53pm CST
Today, i saw the photo of the eagle majestically flying in the sky that i posted yesterday---such a magnificient bird! One thing that i remember that is remarkable about this birds is that when it flies, it does not waste alot of energy flapping its wings but that it soars with the wind. Flying down from its nest or perch high above the mountains maybe 7,000 - 9000 ft. above sea level, it would swoop down and dive and soar with the winds. Instead of fighting the winds, it becomes the very thing that propels it to soar far and wide and high. The wind beneath its wings become a powerful force for the eagle. In our lives, there are people that we can call "wind beneath our wings". Maybe our spouse, our parents, children, friend, confidante. Our relationship with them becomes a powerful force that propels us to soar high and far and wife is a "wind beneath my wings." Do you have somebody whom you can call "a wind beneath your wings"? Lemme hear from you.
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@spalladino (17925)
• United States
18 Jun 09
That would be my husband who encourages and supports everything that I do. I do the same for him so that works out well since we're running a business together so we're together every day...both at work and at home.
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
Spalladino, great to hear that your husband is the "wind beneath your wings". he must be a very good man. You are blessed! I hope there's many out there who can say the same things and many more about their spouse.