How faith makes a difference?All of you are aware of the term 'Faith makes all the difference' and I am sure many would agree to it. This faith can be on anything. It may be a person, the God, religion and even your pet. It can be a bit complex to answer why we have faith in something or someone. Maybe it's our experience on something that compels us to think that if we just have faith we will get the desired result. Or maybe, since we have faith in that person she/he will not do anything unpleasant. This faith is a kind of thought process that starts inside us before the actual job is done. You may say it's a type of energy that works here to make a difference. I will not disagree. Indeed it's a form of energy that makes it possible. Just think of it how this faith works. We have faith that this/that thing will be done. We do not say this/that thing will not happen. We say such things like "I have complete faith that no harm will be done" only when the action is not desirable by us. Here the action is harm and nobody wants it to happen. When we have faith in something we always desire a good result. Faith is always towards positivity and not negativity in any way. It's the positive energy of the thought process that makes all the difference. That's why faith makes a difference. Members, what do you say?
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