The Saga ... Beliefs navigate our LOA Swim


The river is too big to tame.
 A kayaker does not “tame” the river.
A kayaker steers, and beliefs steer the kayak.

Most people don’t know what to do with that paddle,  called “beliefs” in their hand, so they go wherever the current takes them.

Most think we get beliefs and then we have them, end of story. Not so.

Beliefs are active and we can use them, change them, paddle with them.
#beliefs 

Said originally by Miami  … in this context
You are where you are. The river is too big to tame as well. A kayaker does not “tame” the river, a dam or locks do that. A kayaker simply steers, and beliefs do steer our kayak. Most simply don’t know what to do with that paddle in their hands called beliefs, so they go wherever the current takes them. Most think we get beliefs and then we have them, end of story. Not so. Beliefs are active and we can use them, change them, paddle with them.  

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#HellYes ! … well said null … i love that #saga  null … and that #stance

 i tuned the wording up a bit …  saying it independent the context from which it emerged.




if #beliefs are the paddles,
then #deeds are my hands steering.

seth

I don’t think so Vern.

Hands would necessarily be thoughts.

Deeds would simply be the kerf in the water made by the keel. The reflection of where you have been.

i.e. once you can recognize a deed, it is done. One can only see the deed as a mark in the mirror of reality. There is no other way to observe a deed, even your own. Try it, you’ll see.  

#sethhmmm re #misdirected #confusion