Is there definitive truth? Most of us love being told a tale. The rich vocal chords of the teller can enhance our mood much like a lullaby. We realize there are many points of view and often prefer the horror to the happy ending. Indolent can mean laziness or without pain. Ignorance is more about the preference to abstain from the facts. But as we know the story can be the deciding factor and who is doing the telling. And to be unaware is often an emotional decision to block out unresolved futuristic dilemmas.
The ego wants to be superior. I know something you do not. The complexity of this is like watching a puppy offer his soft underbelly to the older unknown entity. If you step back and knowingly ask a stupid question, often you will gather any info you might need. Anger can be a factor in displaying superiority. Being an interesting, provocative observer often provides more survival skills as the "new" wins every time. If you show interest, you relinquish the perception of “know it all.”
Manners are a concept that are seemingly disappearing. The graciousness of allowing a lady to be the first through a door is not taught today. Being a gentleman is not encouraged. These rules came about through the need to be humble. There is little time to not want to push, or even, give way. As we rush through communicating in sound bites, it is terribly hard to contemplate harmony, balance, observe our moods and reactions to another's frustration.
Archangel Michael is both warrior and healer. He is honored in all three of the age of Pisces traditions, Jew, Christian and Muslim. The age of Pisces began 2000 years ago and is what marks our calendar in the larger 24,000 year cycle of the precession of he equinoxes. The archangels, 12 of them, were given the element of fire and inspired the human emotion, love. They are relatively new in our earths progression.
The other elemental with wings is the fairy. Celtic culture dates back at least 5000 years. Their creatures, elves, gnomes and fairies have a place in our imagination to this day. Wings spring from the shoulder blades, which is the first place most humans get pain from stress. Could it be, earning your wings comes from overcoming worry and graduating to a lightness of being?