Doubt: A Pain Too Lonely to Know Its Intent is Love

Inspiration

Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother.

Khalil Gibran

Our intention creates our reality.

Wayne Dyer
Doubt: A Pain Too Lonely to Know Its Intent is Love

The Philosopher’s Corner

Define your reality with intent. To doubt it, is to lose faith in your capacity to live life to its full extent.

Khalil Gibran and Dr. Wayne Dyer were brilliant philosopher’s. They understood the essence of the secret… the true abundance that life itself affords us.

Faith is a powerful tool, replaced only by doubt in one’s capacity to move towards higher states of being. The pain it creates is grounded in a reality that is not present. It’s like walking a mile looking backwards. You will inevitably fall and trip. But that is the point. In falling… we work ourselves through… get up… and learn to move forward. Our skin knows this. When it gets cut, it learns the lesson, mends itself, moves towards its natural end, and leaves a story behind as seen by the evidence of the scar. However, our mind will oftentimes be preemptive with doubt, causing us to ultimately fail out of what is a very real fear of failure itself.

What is Faith? It’s our capacity to move forward, not backward towards something that exists outside of this present reality. As we near four weeks in quarantine… faith can be our capacity to find a cure, and quite possibly get to know ourselves a little more intimately in the process.

What Is Your Faithful Intent? Today… I choose Love!

With Prayers and Blessings Friends… Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.

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