Difficult circumstances often present clearer goals before your eyes. It’s easy to take a next step when you know what’s obstructing your movement. It’s easy to plan and strategize when you can see the wall that towers before you. Against our obvious foes, we know best how to declare prayers of opposition.
But what do you do when you cannot see the wall that prevents you or that chains that weigh you down? How best do you resist a vague and invisible enemy? One who cannot identify the cause of his limitations might come to wish for a day when he could see his unwelcome enemy.
What do you do when you don’t know what to do? Where do you step when you don’t know where you should head? How can one advance when all of his familiar means of advancement have failed?
“Your word is a lamp to guide…
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