im currently listening to audiobooks about faith right now and having faith that it's leading me to the right path. and guess wat? it straight away leading to this question .
Faith who? I do remember a Faith who lived on a neighbouring farm when growing up, but she didn't have an immediate impact on my life. Maybe there was a passive impact through my mother as they were good friends.
yes it has. i have faith in myself and the people in this world and it has helped me see the good in people. it has also helped my to personally accomplish many things that people used to tell me i couldn't do.
I though faith is something you know deep within you to be true without the need of proof.
Then what has changed deep within you to change your faith and thus change your life?
The word faith has be abused by fundamentals and politicians to mean religion or religious views. Since the word religion and religious views have caused ungodly acts and human cruelty, they rather substitute the word "faith" instead of using the word "religion".
Because "faith" is a cleaner word unlike "religion" which is tainted with violence evil acts.
So if you question is "Has religion changed your life? How"
Religion changes people. Some turn away from it and become atheists. Others question it. Some reject it. Some embrace it without question. Others performed ungodly acts against fellow humans in the name of religion or God.
As for myself I turn away from fear based religions and enjoy my grand and loving relationship with my God without interference from any religion. My private relationship with God is a happy one that sets me free. Everyone of you can have this joy and freedom too.
Well I had Faith in Manchester United winning the Triple this year but they lost in the Semi-Final and I have been disappointed. Again
Yes, she is my daughter! Ha ha.
No, but I did choose her name for a very good reason!
No, in my view, faith is not an action. There must be an action upon something for change to occur. Faith is just waiting on a belief to become
Faith has not changed my life for the better.
the concept of it has let me down, in fact.
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