Savvy Raj

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The fine line.

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A person started to walk on a rope tied between two tall towers. He was walking slowly, balancing a long stick in his hands. He had his son sitting on his shoulders.

Every one on the ground were watching him in bated breath and were very tense. When he slowly reached the second tower, every one 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?”

Crowed shouted in one voice “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 any one of you give your child to sit on my shoulder; I will take the child to the other side safely..

There was stunned silence. Every one became quiet.

Belief is different. Trust is different. For Trust you need to surrender totally.

This is often the relationship towards our Creator, the omnipresence, God …

We believe in Almighty . But do we trust in this power?

This is a very profound message that makes us ponder…

Such a fine line indeed!

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

3 thoughts on “The fine line.

  1. SMiles Dear Savvy Reading Along
    As It’s So Easy For me to Visualize
    And Viscerally Feel What i Read Hehe

    i Was Wanting To Save the Child From
    The Father Who the Town-Folk Were
    Gonna Trust to Carry on His Shoulders
    Tight Rope Walking Between Two Tall Buildings Again….

    And It’s True While there is Nothing Much Greater than
    Trust Gained Through An All Loving Forgiving Thanks
    Giving God We Search And Find Within There of

    Course Are Many God’s Described Much
    Differently Across Cultures to

    Discern The Love
    From the Chaff

    Will Help Bring

    Total Loving Courage Faith’s Trust
    In Wisdom Beauty of Love For All…:)

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