There are many reasons to do the same exact action—yet the spirit is what moves your reasoning. For example: If one is moved by the spirit of Love–then within this spirit one can use this reasoning, “we are going out for Valentine’s day!”—-Yet, sometimes if the spirit is to harm someone, one can also say, “we are going out for Valentin’s day!” where the rest of the date will reveal the harm intended–hence, that spirit.

So, What moves you? Are you moved by money? Competition? Love? Or perhaps, Equality and Justice? Before you do anything, ask yourself, “what is moving me?”


Some say that, “faith is blind”… but that is not true. It is in our ability to see or ability to know that we have faith in what is to come and in that which is not yet revealed. Faith is not blind. When someone hides things from us; we become uneasy, we worry, and we feel insecure. Hence, faith is in the revealed—and the feeling that what is hidden is not going to harm us. So what is faith? the responsibility we have in revealing what affects others–since in doing so, they have more faith in what is to come.


He is the one who made this world—where goodness is that which is like him. He is also the one who made fire burn our skin, made the fish live in water, and humans on land. We can sit and convince a woman to stay home for years… but he is the one who made her get angrier by the minute.

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