It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

Indiana Jones and the Dead Battery

I’ve always been a huge Indiana Jones fan. When that theme music starts to play, and Indy walks on the scene wearing his felt hat and cracking that whip, all seems right with the world. Harrison Ford played his role perfectly. He was the modern-day John Wayne, the embodiment of a man who could stand up to anything, even the Nazis, but there’s one scene in one of his movies when he doesn’t stand at all. He leaps. At the end of a search for the Holy Grail, he finds himself in a cave filled with obstacles that only a man of faith could overcome. One of those obstacles is to leap off a cliff into a chasm and believe God will catch Him. Here’s the problem. Trusting himself, something he wa

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