Savvy Raj

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On trusting

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A person started to walk on a rope tied between two tall towers at several hundred feet above the ground. He is slowly walking balancing a long stick in his hands. He has his son sitting on his shoulders.

Everyone down were watching him in bated breath and were tensed. He slowly reached the second tower. Everyone clapped, whistled and welcomed him. They shook hands and took selfies.

He asked the crowd “do you all think I can walk back on the same rope now from this side to that side?”. The crowd shouted, “Yes, Yes, you can”. Do you trust me he asked? They said yes, yes we are ready to bet on you.

He said okay, can anyone of you sit on my shoulder; I will take you to the other side safely.

Everyone became quiet. There was stunned silence.

Belief is different. Trust is different. For Trust, you need total surrender.

This is what we are lacking towards God in today’s world.

We believe in God. But we don’t trust Him.

🙏

On Trusting…

Trust is a matter of letting go

Letting go is a matter of faith

Faith is a matter of feeling

Feeling is a matter of knowing

Knowing is a matter of awareness

Be aware in trustfulness.

And so it goes…

Savvy

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Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor

14 thoughts on “On trusting

  1. A great example, dear Savvy 🙂
    Have a nice day my friend
    Didi

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  2. Beautiful, moving, and well stated. Thank you, darling Savvy, for all you bring to my path, for joining me on this journey! Blessings and love to you *hands raised to heaven**children singing**smiling heart*

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  3. Yes, trust means total surrender 🤝☺😍

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  4. Trust is a powerful word. Emphasis on relationship, understanding, commitment. Thank Savvy for sharing your thoughts.

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  5. It is so true that belief and trust are not interchangeable words. You have used an excellent example to show the difference. Before we can trust the Lord, we must first know Him. And to know Him, we must spend time with Him.

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