Walking confidently across the logs in his caulk boot and trusty pike pole he takes a leap of faith as if it were a walk in the park.
Like a tight rope walker.
As he steps off the log he is standing on it will sink down with the weight of his thrust and then rise as the center of gravity shifts.
Arriving at his destination the log now twists and sinks as it tries to regain its center and he will casually keep walking as if on dry ground.
A simple stroll… all part of a day’s work.
Sometimes a leap of faith is needed when starting something new.
Or it might be following your heart when your mind says it’s not logical.
Having faith is like the deed already being done and you see it in total completeness without actually knowing how one will get there.
It’s not about analyzing the problem but stepping off into the abyss knowing that it is already realized.
It’s called trust!