There’s a famous saying that goes , “not everything that can be counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted”. In fact, I will argue, the things that counts the most can not be counted.
It’s only natural to count those things that we can see so that we can count on them. We often predict our chances in life by taking stock of our horses: our assets, our abilities, the opportunities that are available to us, and the strength of strategic connections that we have.
There is nothing wrong with taking stock of our resources and making crucial decisions accordingly. After all, the scriptures remind us to count our blessings. But it’s unwise to pin all our hopes on the things we can see and dismiss the reality of the unseen divine resources.
By placing our confidence just on the things we can see we set our…
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