Have Faith

Know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest
wisdom and the most radiant beauty.

~ Albert Einstein

A few years ago I traveled by ship, as part of a tour, to see the Alaskan wilderness.  During one of the day trips to view a glacier, a sudden snowstorm limited my visibility.  I became separated from my guide and the group.  When the squall ceased, I could see no one, and there was no response to my calls.

Alone on the cold barren mountainside I began to fear for my life.  Then I remembered what I tell everyone at workshops: “When you don’t know what to do, say a prayer.”  I prayed for God to save me, but nothing happened.

As it grew dark I began to give up hope until I saw someone approaching.  I waved and attracted his attention.  It was an Eskimo returning from a seal hunt.  He tucked me into his sled and brought me back to civilization and my group.  I felt God had deserted me until I realized who had sent the Eskimo.

You never know how God will answer your prayers. Have faith; the answer may even come in the form of an Eskimo.

Peace,
-Bernie

Know that what is impenetrable to us
really exists, manifesting itself as the highest
wisdom and the most radiant beauty.

~ ALBERT EINSTEIN

A few years ago I traveled by ship, as part of a tour, to see the Alaskan wilderness. During one of the day trips to view a glacier, a sudden snowstorm limited my visibility. I became separated from my guide and the group. When the squall ceased, I could see no one, and there was no response to my calls.

Alone on the cold barren mountainside I began to fear for my life. Then I remembered what I tell everyone at workshops: “When you don’t know what to do, say a prayer.” I prayed for God to save me, but nothing happened.

As it grew dark I began to give up hope until I saw someone approaching. I waved and attracted his attention. It was an Eskimo returning from a seal hunt. He tucked me into his sled and brought me back to civilization and my group. I felt God had deserted me until I realized who had sent the Eskimo.

Soulution of the Day

You never know how God will answer your prayers.
Have faith; the answer may even come in the form of an Eskimo.

Know that what is impenetrable to us
really exists, manifesting itself as the highest
wisdom and the most radiant beauty.

~ ALBERT EINSTEIN

A few years ago I traveled by ship, as part of a tour, to see the Alaskan wilderness.  During one of the day trips to view a glacier, a sudden snowstorm limited my visibility.  I became separated from my guide and the group.  When the squall ceased, I could see no one, and there was no response to my calls.

Alone on the cold barren mountainside I began to fear for my life.  Then I remembered what I tell everyone at workshops: “When you don’t know what to do, say a prayer.”  I prayed for God to save me, but nothing happened.

As it grew dark I began to give up hope until I saw someone approaching.  I waved and attracted his attention.  It was an Eskimo returning from a seal hunt.  He tucked me into his sled and brought me back to civilization and my group.  I felt God had deserted me until I realized who had sent the Eskimo.

Soulution of the Day

You never know how God will answer your prayers.
Have faith; the answer may even come in the form of an Eskimo.

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