On Faith

Faith is hard.

LOL & also UGH…

Harvesting the fruits of faith is difficult even though they are among the sweetest of things.

Faith, in one estimation, is the belief that something WILL happen without having absolute PROOF that it will. Faith means walking a path that hasn’t been walked before, but knowing that THAT path is the correct one.  Faith asks us to view successes and failures as, ultimately, one aggregate success.  Faith, like the story about Abraham’s sacrifice of  Isaac, requires nothing of us and everything of us at the same time.  It is an unbearable weight that is simultaneously light as a feather.

I’m reminded of Zeno’s Paradoxes when I think of Faith.

In one of his paradoxes, Zeno posits that movement and time do not exist.  He asks us to imagine a race between Achilles and a tortoise where the tortoise has had a great head start.

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