As I age, I am beginning to realize that all I need to do is to take the next step. What makes it the “right” next step? It is the next one. The one that is available to me. The one which the cosmos seems to have placed below my foot just before it landed.
“You don’t have to have much faith, apparently. You can yell out to God, “Leave me alone,” and that is all God needs to know that you want to be made well.”
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