You can’t soar like an eagle when you surround yourself with turkeys . Isn’t that the truth. But in order to soar like an eagle , you also must release yourself from anything that is weighing you down. You can’t soar like an eagle if you’re unhealthy.
May you soar on eagle wings, high above the madness of the world. When a storm is coming, all other birds seek shelter. The eagle alone avoids the storm by flying above it. So, in the storms of life may your heart be like an eagle’s and soar above.
Longfellow Deeds : It’s hard to soar with the eagles when you’re surrounded by turkeys.
You Can Soar Like an Eagle Paperback – March 1, 2004. But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles ; they will run and not be weary, they will walk and not be faint. (Isaiah 40:31 KJV) The eagle is a majestic bird that represents inspiration and courage.
Eagles Are Fearless Hunters. An eagle will never surrender to its prey, no matter its strength or size. It will always put up a fight to win its prey or regain its territory. Golden Eagles are such remarkable hunters that they can prey on goats much larger than themselves by throwing them off the side of a cliff.
Bald eagle young are generally ready to fledge, or take their first flight, by 10-12 weeks of age. Young golden eagles typically fledge around 10 weeks of age. When do bald eagles attain full size? The juvenile plumage is complete in 10-14 weeks, by which time they are generally fully grown.
With its acute eyesight, the eagle has come to embody an all-seeing EYE. The eagle is often a solar symbol, and can be linked to all sky gods. It signifies inspiration, release from bondage, victory, longevity, speed, pride, father and royalty; it is often an emblem for powerful nations.
EAGLE : Mastery, Challenge, Independence Naturally curious, Eagles love to learn and explore new ideas and master new skills and talents in pursuit of their goals. They make very good independent learners and can be avid readers who enjoy assignments that let them use their own initiative and self expression.
History has it that the eagle has the sharpest vision of all birds. When its eyesight grows dull with age it glides up towards the sun, and, by staring at the sun, which only it can do , it burns away all the mistiness of age. Eagles fly high alone at great altitude and not with any other small birds.
The rank of Eagle Scout may be earned by a Scout who has been a Life Scout for at least six months, has earned a minimum of 21 merit badges, has demonstrated Scout Spirit, and has demonstrated leadership within their troop, crew or ship.