Transcendent Principles - By Jerry Black

Jennifer Hester |

Words have meaning. Have you thought about transcendent principles lately? Are you rightly applying them? How about the Law of Non-Contradiction? It too is a principle. The law of non-contradiction states that two things cannot be both true and false at the same time and in the same sense. Think about that for a while. So, how does this apply to finances and investing you ask?? Let’s begin with definitions: Transcendent – surpassing, superseding, superior, supreme, almost beyond comprehension, timeless, transcending time itself. Principle(s) - a fundamental, primary, or general law or truth from which others are derived; an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct; a standard or a test. In my 26 years seeking to offer professional financial and life counsel, it’s almost weekly that I, my clients or fellow churchmen and women have to come face to face with transcendent principles -ie: Timeless life and financial principles that are more likely to assure a better outcome. Not a perfect one by any stretch of the imagination – perhaps a better one. Transcendent principles are intended to help us make wiser decisions. We may encounter dangers and obstacles throughout life but transcendent principles help navigate with better results. Some people instinctively know these principles but violate them unknowingly. If you’d like a copy of the Ten Transcendent Principles to which we ascribe – give us a call.