by Paul Casey

The Great Unknown

ship-at-sea.jpgThe exemplary man, the hero, is excited by the unknown. He hears the call and responds, not knowing where the journey will take him or what obstacles he will meet along the way.” –Sam Keen

The unknown is not viewed by the average person as “Great”.  Usually “Scary” is a better word. Most of us want to know what’s coming so that we can prepare for it with the “tools” we are comfortable with. Blurry journeys often cause fear.  To change the perspective to one of excitement of the unknown that lies ahead–that is the spirit of the adventurer, who goes in with one key tool: the faith in the One Who can equip him/her to handle and thrive in whatever comes along the way.

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