Even where there is fear, it doesnt mean we wont overcome. That is where courage lives.
After uploading the most recent podcast, I ran into this short video of Viktor Frankl, author of Man’s Search for Meaning:
Also found online here:
He speaks about aiming for your greater potential to reach one’s true possibilities. Enjoy 🙂
Leap of Faith
Sometimes the Faith is exhibited by knowing that you dont have to jump.
If you dont see many signs,
it can be difficult to believe.
The irony is,
if you believe,
you will see more signs.
Sometimes we are given distractions on purpose, so that we look elsewhere while our gift is brought right into our hands
Things are fine for you when you feel fine for you. They may come out of nowhere, and shock you, but if you hold the “this is fine”, “it is going to be ok” feeling constant, things reorder themselves to be fine for you.
If your perspective is at a general high/up/optimistic constant, Life will appear magical, because things are reordered in ways that appear crazy, to meet you on your perspective. Throughout the low times, your high perspective continues to carry you through, until Life comes seemingly out of nowhere again to meet your high perspective with a beautiful gracious blessed set of events.
Keep your perspective high, your optimism, and you invite the perception and experience of a charmed Life.
“Though I do not believe a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.”
-Henry David Thoreau
No matter what, Life can change for the better, starting from right Now
this will work out somehow
“It’s not a test, it’s an opportunity to be the person you want to be”
Sometimes Life comes with events that people call “problems”, “challenges”, “tests”, “opportunities”. Since we make our destiny in the moment, these are all asking to be done in a good way
“…the beautiful thing is with Faith you never know how you will get passed things but you just do.”
Faith and fear eat eachother. It’s up to you to decide who eats who.