John Bradshaw - Don't Fly Too Close to the Sun
In Greek mythology, as Icarus flew to safety on wings made by his companion, he was warned not to fly too low or too high; too high and the sun would melt the wings made partially of wax. Icarus flew too high, the wings melted and he plunged to the Sea and died.
A lesson in wanting what you shouldn't have, like Eve who was told by God not to eat the forbidden fruit, but ate it anyway because she, "Saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise." Genesis 3:6.
Today, the same temptation exists, to have that person you shouldn't have, to visit that website you shouldn't visit, to drink that wine, or claim that deduction, or criticize that colleague. Don't fly too close to the sun; it's always better to be where God wants you to be. I'm John Bradshaw for It Is Written.