Goddess of the Day: Sophia
In Greek mythology, she is the personification of wisdom itself. In ancient Judeo-Christian mythology, she is the source of wisdom and hold the knowledge of everything righteous. She is beautifully drawn in one of the most famous artworks in the world located in the ceiling of the Sistine chapel. In that iconic image of God’s hand just barely touching Adam’s, God’s other arm is lovingly embraced around Sophia’s shoulders, clearly emphasizing the importance of her place in heaven.
She is mentioned in many books in the Bible, including Matthew, Corinthians and James and is known as Wisdom. “…Wisdom is justified of her children” Matthew 11:19. This amazing goddess inspires us all to have the wisdom to know the difference between using your talents for good or using it to hurt others.
Choose wisely in this time while all these new ideas are flowing so freely within the contours of your mind because she is always watching us for there was a time when she lived among us and was neglected by us and she left us with one thought: “you have ignored me, so when trouble comes, I will do the same. Only those who truly love me will I assist and love them in return.”