The opportune moment of faith

When everything seems gloomy and lost, we come to the time of faith, to the circumstance that is proper to it. A mature faith, which does not mean vain and naive expectation of the best, motivates us to do what is our personal responsibility, without expecting from the Spiritual World and the Divine Plane the answer sheet of the evolutionary tests that we go through.

To always expect good events does not constitute a lucid and authentic faith, but an absurd belief and immature optimism. The genuine faith, which embodies a broader and deeper perspective of reality, encompassing all the complexity, unpredictability and contradictions of the human existence and condition, necessarily incorporates the acceptance of less fortunate events.

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar
by the Spirit Eugênia-Aspásia
October 18, 2018



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