“The next time you’re running errands, pause for five minutes in the parking lot to consider all that had to happen to get you safely to that spot. At one time you had to find the money to buy the car. Then the engine had to start. Stoplights worked, road crews kept the asphalt maintained, others drove cautiously. There are a thousand little things that had to happen just right to get you from point A to point B.
Now, I’m guessing that you’re a bit like me and have no idea how all of it came together. Probably, don’t even care. I mean, come on people, just hurry up, I need to get to the bank, right? I know nothing about the electronic thingamajigs that trigger the stoplights. But they still work and help me get to where I need to go.
That’s how faith works. It works whether you know how it happens or not. It’s your job to notice.”
Polly Campbell, in “Imperfect Spirituality”
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