” Jesus told him, ” Go your way; Your faith has saved you” Immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way”
As we walk our paths through this journey of life and even though, our eyes are wide open, we to like the blind man can not see for what is truly in front of us. Like this picture of the forest, it may look like nothing, with many obstacles in front of us, but when we truly do not look deeply into what we see, than we to like the blind man, will never see all the true beauty that is around us. We get so caught up within all the ugliness and hatred around us, that we let our arrogance get in the way of truly seeing whats in front of us, then we let the fear of the ugliness and hatred, keep us from getting out and truly feeling the love of God within us, which helps us keep the faith in his son Jesus Christ within our hearts, so we can share this love and faith, with each other, as we then open all our eyes widely, to all the true beauty around us.
Just as the Blind man tried to get the attention of Jesus and come over to him, we to within our souls and with the inner child that is deep within all of us, try to bring Jesus closer to us, but with our arrogance and the clouds within our judgments, we think that he isn’t listening to us, so we then begin the process of losing the faith in him, which then has us losing the faith of ourselves, to truly see deeply of all that is around us, it then leaves us being as blind as the true blind man, that doesn’t walk a path, but wanders through the path, of this journey through life.
Being truly blind without being able to see anything, doesn’t mean that you can not see, only the true blind man will tell you that, he actually see’s clearly of what’s within him, with his true feelings coming out, so he can walk his path of this journey, just as if he can really see like all of us with our sight. When one of our functions isn’t working as it should, is when our faith in Jesus and ourselves is so important, so we then without becoming so arrogant, see all the true beauty that is around us. When we are in touch with our true feelings that is within us all and with our faith in Jesus, then that child within us all, can grow within us as healthy and strong as it needs, which has us all, keeping the faith of ourselves, to walk this journey better and stronger with each step.
Through all the ugliness and hatred, is when we lose the faith in Jesus Christ and ourselves, simply because we let our arrogance get in the way, so we then lose the feeling of our true feelings, which then has us lose of who we truly are. When we are someone we truly are not, we then get lost within the clouds of our judgments, with the feeling of self doubt getting in the way of truly seeing the beauty all around us. When we doubt of who we are, we then will never see our way around any obstacle, which will then have us not only losing any faith within us, but we will never become stronger, so we then will never be better and definitely, through our arrogance, we will never truly see anything as the blind man.
When we are truly of who we are, always keeping the faith in Jesus Christ and ourselves, our arrogance will never get in the way of us seeing the true beauty around us. With faith comes hope and with hope, even through blindness, we will always keep feeling our true feelings within us, so then not only that inner child within us can grow healthy and strong, we to can grow healthy and strong, to be better at all we do moving forward, as we then never lose sight of all the true beauty around us. With the blindness of our arrogance, never being an issue of us getting around the obstacles, as we walk our paths, through this journey of life.
” Even the blind man can see with the faith in Jesus, giving him the faith in himself to truly see the beauty all around him”
” With our arrogance bringing forth our self doubt, we will always be blind to all the true beauty all around us”
” When we can see the true beauty of this picture, we will never see the obstacles within it”
” It may seem that Jesus isn’t listening to us, but with faith is when we clearly hear him speaking to us within our hearts”