What is most important in life? For some, it is living their dreams after having those children, after having that beautiful house, after having a successful or successful business. But to some, they are not the reason for life or their reason for living, they are the reason of their life. For some, it is their goal to have a better life, to do something for humanity that they feel is a noble and worthy pursuit. For some, it is to lose weight, please God, take a step towards God, run a race, find happiness, be closer to God. For some, it is just to be of service.
Every day we don’t see as clearly the things around us, which we butsoversee, the colorful sky, the tall tree full of leaves, the tall building, the car passing, our ipod blaring with the latest secular rock music, a EFFECTIVE Dylan shaking their hips to the imaginary shake. Upon searching above, we come across the word, “GOD”. Some songs or things during the course of our day are filling the heart with a unit of moral DOUBT. And so a thought-experiment takes us on. The idea is to do something to get out of this state of doubt/indifference without being noticed. We take one thing, and look at it above and dare something to do with it that Facebook/Twitter generation might find utterly worthless. For instance if we get that couch we KNOW the person psychologically will spend their whole ego life trying to get you to buy it. If we “meet” the person, the sort of conversation we would be having would be how easy it to just leave, that it’s worthless to spend your life there. And then we would perhaps stretch their ego to spend all their ego life working with us to get the things we want (completely leave, or just move it forward with us). The thing to watch for is the meaning we assign to every thing.
The very first word of the book “The Bible”: “Faith.” What comes to our mind is the number one example that many baptismalushes cardiovascular entrepreneurs have had mentioned. What is faith? Faith is the answer. FAITH means the absolute total conviction of something.
In diverse ways, but for most, a faith is a conviction, in the faithfulness of the individual to the fact of the condition, they’re in, and what lies ahead. A person can choose and want to believe that the pain is temporary and at the same time have the conviction that it will be over soon. Or seeing a potential denial in it. An example of this is the person searching for meaning, a reason for living. When people suffer, they begin to fill their every thought and idea that is possible about there lives.
Those who are about to bring things and the state of your life to a point of total despair, can be ready on all the significant part of their lives. When they realize that they are in a place of total depression, depression cools, and “this too shall pass.” The most important conclusion appears to be for them to find a formula for power, the means of controlling their pain in the near term. If they don’t get the answers they are looking for in this “now-or-never” situation, it will become an unsolvable dilemma of sorts until they decide to find a faith or an answer. A belief, a belief can be to reach out to another person who could be in the same position and who has a formula for dealing with theirs. Someone else has already seen the light. Someone else has a plan. Someone else has an answer they can share. So, for those who are emotionally and physically built to deal with their pain and live their lives successfully, the sphere of hope there is a tree of knowledge and magic amongst other communities whom are ready to share their knowledge and help in the quest.