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Thursday, September 10, 2009


by Richard Quek

There was a tightrope walker, who was so good that he
could walk between two twenty stories building on a
tight rope with a balancing pole. Thousands of people
would watch him perform his breathtaking feat. After he
walked across the building he would have his assistant
sit on his shoulder and he would proceed to walk across
the building. Everybody were amazed and gave him a
thunderous applause. He asked them whether they
believed that he could do it again. The crowd said,
“Yes, we believe that you can!” After a while he asked
the crowd again, “Now, who wants to volunteer to get on
my shoulder?” With that the crowd became silent.


There is a difference between Believe and Faith. We can
believe what we see. In the above story, the crowd
believed in the tightrope walker because they saw him
perform the feat. But when he asked them “Who wants to
get on my shoulder?” everyone was silent. You see, the
crowd had Belief but they did not have Faith. This
story clearly illustrates the difference between belief
and having faith.


"Don't be reckless with other people's hearts, and
don't put up with people that are reckless with yours."