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I guess what I mean, and I can't be specific either off hand, is

Posted by Rachael sm on August 15, 2010 at 08:31:31:

In Reply to: I wish you could be more specific. It isn't that I disagree with you at all, I posted by just don't know specifically what issues you are addressing. Rachael. on August 15, 2010 at 08:17:16:

there have been times that I have achieved things not even so much on faith, but because I had no knowledge otherwise. Had someone pointed out to me - educated me - on why it could not have been achieved, I would not even have attempted it, yet because I didn't know, I still did it (out of faith?) and achieved it. Knowledge would have been a hinderence.

But then, I suppose that isn't "really" faith, because faith would have been knowing I could, even after being educated with the facts that I couldn't.

But my point is, sometimes knowledge and edcuation can be a hinderence - but then again, it doesn't have to be IF someone really has faith - because then they don't look at what is there, but what can be.

I'm not really sure what I'm trying to say here. I just wish you could be more specific.


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