Life is an experiment.
It seems like life is an experiment, don’t you think? Why do we think we should know the answers to all of the difficulties of life? Why do we think we should know how our faith is working?
Those in the medical field most accurately describe what they do when they use the term; “Practicing medicine”. That seems to be how it is with life. We’re all just practicing. Even when it comes to family and relationships.
My friend Megan and I talked about that in this post; Talking With A Friend, Megan. She has had a lot of experience when it comes to relationships and growing.
Life is an experiment, just add faith. You try a few things and you learn. You grow, and you continue to have faith that God is working on your behalf.
Why are we so afraid to fail? And what is failure anyway, but a series of steps taken toward a goal that may or may not work. If not, you keep pushing on, trusting God as you do the next thing.
And then there’s the fear of hearing the word “No”. Why are we scared to hear that word? As if that word alone has the power to bring our hopes, dreams and plans to a screeching halt. It’s just a word.
Why do we so desperately cling to what little we have, hoping it will multiply; when in reality, the only way for that to happen is by letting go, according to the law of sowing and reaping.
Small minds thinking tiny thoughts produce a small life.
Life is an experiment. All of it. Family, relationships, careers and all the other things that go into creating a life.
You only get one life but fortunately there is no limit to all you can do to make a better on.
Embrace the fact that life truly is an experiment. It’s a hands on, learn-as-you-go adventure. Add some faith and enjoy the journey.