‘I am there with this world and this world is there with me’. We all are somewhat comfortable with this thought.
‘I am there or not there without this world and this world is there without me’. We are much uncomfortable with this thought.

Our conduct is never fully backed by our hearts and thoughts are without conviction to generate half baked personal philosophies we have little faith in. Perhaps, it is so, because we try to analyze the things of heart with our intellect, and, when we think, we think emotionally. That is why; throughout our lives we oscillate between what is somewhat comfortable and what is much uncomfortable.

The stage when a thought is fully backed by our heart or a feeling that is fully backed by a conviction is called faith. We are not comfortable or uncomfortable with faith, we just have faith.

[The writer of this blog is also the author of “Mahatma A Scientist of the Intuitively Obvious” and “In Search of Our Wonderful Words”.]