Honoré de Balzac
The term, noblesse oblige, was "first used by [French] novelist, Honoré de Balzac in 1835 (McGoey, 2018; Nelson, 2017).” In his novel, The lily of the valley, it is referred to as an antiquated term belonging to an earlier time of medieval generosity where lords claimed the responsibility for the wellbeing of serfs
Be noble like a falcon!
"The fierce Falcon has special symbolism and meaning in Egypt, where it represented the rising Sun. Many depictions of the Gods bore a Falcon head, most notably Ra the solar deity. As the “king” of birds, Falcon represents victory, rulership, and overcoming. Like other birds, Falcon also signifies the Higher Self and connections with the spirit world."
Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum my Hamdan smells, looks, inspires, walks, like what he is, a Prince❤️🙏👑🤴