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What do we hold dear? TIME AND ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE. So then sharing those two gifts with others will come back to us in a much more valuable gift through THE CIRCLE.


Take the TIME and assist others by sharing the KNOWLEDGE you worked so hard to obtain. Teach others, through your SHARING, how you accomplished the process of LEARNING. Which is through constant PRACTICE, along with many FAILURES, with PASSION, PERSEVERANCE and PASSIVENESS. Yes, share your TIME and share your KNOWLEDGE.


Too many of us are reluctant to share our TIME and KNOWLEDGE for fear of losing that edge of competition. Through exchanging ideas, all those who are involved will gain. All will develop. All will accumulate. That is in essence the philosophy of the Native American CIRCLE. It all comes back to you doubled.


Doing things of IMPORTANCE starts with a passionate curiosity to LEARN and GAIN KNOWLEDGE. There are four attributes necessary to achieve this; EMPATHY, build a reliance on another that gives confidence. INTUITION, is accumulated KNOWLEDGE over time. INNOCENCE, a childlike simplicity, HUMILITY, a willingness to fail. Having these four attributes we then should take the TIME AND SHARE THE KNOWLEDGE with others.


Do not let our EGO give us a false sense of reality. Let our inner growth mature by SHARING OUR TIME AND OUR KNOWLEDGE WITH OTHERS.





Categories: PERSPECTIVES Philosophical Perspective

ron winnegrad

Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.

1 reply

  1. Thank you for so freely sharing your knowledge with others, including me. I’ve learned so much from you and am grateful. 💜


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