Ocena: (5/5)Gugunk, W dniu: 18.02.2016
Thank you. I know that intuition is abtelusoly trustworthy, but I'm not sure why many times I don't take the time out needed to listen. Perhaps you're right; perhaps it is at times easier to be in chains. We find a level of comfort in conformity security in its acceptance. And it's not that we particularly desire to be in conformance or to be conventional, but the courage to accept the uncertainty of the degree of our nonconformity to which listening may lead us is daunting and challenging. So, we find ourselves seeking (or speaking for myself, I often find myself merely seeking) what will in reality be only longer chains, not true freedom not a true, full connection (and listening) to intuition, the knowing within which faith is anchored. We settle for bits and pieces so that we can fill in the gaps as our need for conformity comfort dictates; we tether ourselves to the accepted so that we have some assurance of acceptance. But I think we find the courage to be free by acknowledging our will to be free and trusting the wisdom of truth to which intuition leads.