Faith means different things to different people. Being faithful, on the other hand, is something most can agree upon. Faith, for our purpose, is the ability to hold belief and trust in something for which there is no proof. Oftentimes, this is religious belief, but it can also be your belief in a person, a company, or a principle.
Faith calls on us to imagine things can improve when there is no evidence that is possible. Do you believe in a power beyond yourself? Do you believe things in your life will turn out well? Do you believe that good will triumph over evil? Do you believe the universe is a benevolent place?
Faith can give us hope when nothing else does. Faith can bring us to our knees, so we can remember we are not invincible. Faith, in whatever form speaks to you, can lift you up when you could not otherwise rise.
The Goddess of Now says there is an abundance of goodness and grace that go on beyond the scope of your vision or understanding. There is assistance available from invisible realms to see you through this journey of life. As one of the masters was credited with saying, “Ask and you shall receive.” Faith opens you, heart and mind, to more of the infinite possibilities.
The Goddess says it was faith that allowed Her to make Her presence known. And it was faith that allowed you to be on this journey of recognition and reconnection with the Goddess that has always been alive and well within you.
Through the Goddess lens of Wisdom and Grace, consider your relationship to faith. See if there is anything you would like to shift or upgrade.
Pick from the following writing prompts, or create your own.
I have faith . . .
Without faith . . .
Faith means . . .
Write for 2 minutes or more.