My faith has been something that I have been hanging onto alot as of late. I’m realizing for me that hanging, on is not enough. I need to emerse myself in faith. To do that I must avoid the pitfall of fear that comes with change. I don’t much like change and I tend to get caught up in it, if I’m not in my faith. With that in mind I pulled up one of my favorite posts. This is one I repost on occassion, just because it’s silly but makes perfect sense to me.
I hope you agree.
I’ve been doing quite of bit of reflection this holiday season and I have a strong need to put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard) and share a few thoughts. I turned 55 this year and feel like a youngster, one who is old enough and wise enough to take nothing for granted or lightly. I find with each year the only thing I know for sure, is that I don’t know much and neither do alot of others who maybe think they do.
As I see it, myself included most of us are just contradictions with feet. For a good deal of my life I have been the ying to my own yang (that doesn’t sound too good).
Life is so darn complex and ever changing and it seems we always complicate it further with one contradiction after another. Please indulge me with just a few silly examples;
“I’ve heard it said, so it must be true”. Don’t believe everything you hear
“I saw it with my own two eyes”. Looks can be deceiving
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”. The tongue is sharper than the sword
I’m hoping you get my drift. Whether it be by circumstance or never ending opinions (and like bottoms, everybody’s got one), change is a constant.
However, I for one find so much comfort in knowing that my faith far outways all change or contradiction. My faith is the gift of love through my sweet Jesus. Faith is Love and that remains as true and constant today as it was yesterday, today and hopefully many more tomorrows