must have faith and experience in order to live life fully.
have faith that all of the things you expect from life are possible for
you. You must have faith that no matter what life brings you, you will
be able to handle it. You must have faith that your faith will
eventually lead to good experiences.
teaches you that your faith is paying off. Once you have had an
experience, you know that you know. When you know, you become more
faithful. Once you have an experience, it makes you want better or
different experiences. The difference between faith and experience is
this: One you must work on. The other one works on you.
Youmust work to keep your faith alive. When you are working on faith, it
may feel as if you are going against the grain. There may be no
evidence that what you believe has any validity. Still, you must move
forward faithfully, until you have the experience that will lead you to
knowing. An experience leaves a mark on your consciousness. An
experience will guide your thoughts and your actions. An experience can
open your heart to new horizons or close your heart in fear. In the
midst of an experience, you must have faith that you will ultimately
reap some benefit from what you now know to be true.
is important to know what experiences to put your faith in. If you
have an unpleasant experience, have faith that you will learn something
new, useful or productive. When you have a pleasant or productive
experience, have faith that you can duplicate the experience and make it
better. Have faith that your mind and heart will always be open to
bigger, better experiences than those you have already had.
today, you may not have realized that your faith and your experiences
work hand in hand. Just for today, use your faith to create better
experiences. Use your experiences to activate a deeper sense of faith.
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