How We Practice Our Beliefs

Our trouble is not that we are a faithless people who have lost the ability to believe in things not yet seen. Our downfall is that we do not put our beliefs into practice. 

If we believe in kindness, then it is our duty to be kind always, not just to those who deserve kindness.

If we believe in forgiveness, then we must move toward forgiveness, even in the most unforgivable situations. 

If we believe in abundance, we must give to others or our own abundance will be limited. 

If we long for love, then we must love others, even when we think they don’t deserve it.

If we believe in hope, we must maintain faith in the most hopeless of times. 

If we believe in God, then we must trust the ubiquitous presence of God's love.


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Louise Woehrle