Faith is not something to joke about.
It is something serious.
It is not to be taken lightly.
It is a part of you who are even if you are not religious.
Faith is something that is like an obsidian blade.
It is sharp and strong when well cared for, but brittle when left to dust.
It needs nourishment, use, practice.
It is not something that sits on a shelf, pretty and occasionally dusted only to be looked at, but never (never) touched.
Faith is stepping out into the darkness.
It is leaving the light behind.
It is continuing to walk where one you trust has asked.
It is being fearful, but moving forward just the same with your eyes open though you can see nothing in front of you.
Faith is a part of our very physical makeup.
It is something that we have even when we don’t know about it.
It is like the transport proteins that exist within our very cells.
It is there as we believe that our hearts will keep the blood flowing through our bodies.
Faith is in the world around us.
It is the water cycle working and water staying in our atmosphere instead of evaporating out into space.
It is the gravity that holds us down as the world continues spinning.
It is always there for we have to believe in something even if it is only believing that the sun will rise in the East in the morning.