Having courage is a key part of living a full life. It's being able to face your fears, get past problems, and take chances. People often think that soldiers and heroes are the only ones who can be brave, but anyone can learn to be brave.
It can be scary to experience feelings of spiritual apathy, or a lack of interest or concern about God or spirituality. Although this feeling is common and can be caused by a variety of factors such as grief, loss, lack of purpose, or triviality. By refocusing on what matters and nourishing the spirit, here are a few ways to overcome spiritual apathy.
We are always faced with the decision to stay put in a comfortable situation or to journey forward into the unknown. By surrendering our lives to God and answering the call of the divine, things become easier and more clear. By taking the leap into the unknown, it can change us and form us into something greater than we were before.
For many people, spirituality and religion are sources of comfort, guidance, and purpose. But for some, faith can also bring about feelings of doubt and uncertainty. Far from being a weakness, however, this doubt can be a source of strength and growth.
Change is a fundamental quality of existence, and yet we resist it so much, often because it can feel terrifying. As humans, we spend much of our energy either trying to cling to what we don’t want to leave or push away what we don’t want to come.
Have you ever let an opportunity pass you by because of fear of the future? This is normal, and it happens to everyone. But that doesn’t mean you should keep on living this way, in constant fear of what might happen. Fear of the future keeps you from living a good life.