Trust and Faith

After having spent a month reading about, reflecting on, and thinking about faith, I realized how natural it was to transition to trust. Trust is the belief in that in which we have faith. It is the ability to believe in what we know in the core of our beings to be true. We have faith in that which we trust. Simultaneously, we trust that which we have faith in, that which we know to be true at the core of our being.

Some people struggle to trust things that raise their consciousness and/or vibrational level. We sometimes wonder what we are sensing is really happening, or are we simply making this up because it feels good. So how do we trust that which can help us to grow and evolve in our connection to the Ultimate.

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Mission Possible

Henry Ford once said “whether you think can or can’t, you’re right.” We have each been created for a purpose. We each have a specific mission we were born to fulfill. Some of us believe that mission is possible and others believe it is impossible. Whether you think you have been assigned mission possible or impossible you are right. Like the team on mission impossible, we are each given a mission should we choose to accept it. At some point in time, we probably heard the directions directly from the Creator before the tape self-destructed. However, remnants of that directive linger within each of us. You may experience this impulse to manifest something. You might feel compelled to create something. You might feel as if you are being called on a quest of some type. The mission is yours should you choose to accept it. Sometimes one might feel reluctant. One might question as to whether or not we have the skills and gifts to fulfill this mission.
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The Little Engine, Dorothy, and Buried Treasure

My guess is that most of you remember the story of the Little Engine That Could. In case you do not, or just need to have one of those inner 5-year-old moments, it goes like this. Chug, Chug, Chug, Puff, Puff, Puff, Ding-Dong, Ding-Dong. The little train rumbled over the tracks. She was a happy little train, for she had a jolly load to carry. Her cars were filled full of good things for boys and girls. The little train was carrying all these wonderful things to the good little boys and girls on the other side of the mountain. She puffed along merrily. Then all of a sudden, she stopped with a jerk. She simply could not go another inch. She tried and she tried, but her wheels would not turn. What were all those good little boys and girls on the other side of the mountain going to do?
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