When we venture in that unfamiliar sea, we trust blindly in those who guide us, believing that they know more than we do.
One of the essential paradoxes of Advent: that while we wait for God, we are with God all along ,that while we need to be reassured of God’s arrival, or the arrival of our homecoming, we are already at home. While we wait, we have to trust, to have faith, but it is God’s grace that gives us that faith. As with all spiritual knowledge, two things are true, and equally true, at once. The mind can’t grasp paradox; it is the knowledge of the soul.
If you say that you have never lied at all,
then you give too much trust on anybody.
Don’t Judge People By Their Outer Appearances, Even The Bright Beautiful Moon Has Its Dark Side Which It Keeps Hidden All The Time….
… if one is to rely on human judges, it is very important that they never admit to error.
Love and trust are so powerful. They can literally change the fate of a person.
I hear something in her words that’s right, but it’s hard to believe her right now.
Sometimes you have to trust grownups, perhaps more so when they are not there to actually supervise you.
Of course the cat will growl and spit at the operator and bite him if she can. But the real question is whether he is a vet or a vivisector.
Your calling is God trust to you