On Faith

“…blessed are they that have not seen,
and yet have believed.” ⁠—John 20:29

Faith is what connects us to our deities,
but divides us from our fellow man,
because the deities we have faith in,
cannot co-exist.

It can be as blind as love uncontested,
as fragile as the male ego,
but as strong as a superalloy,
sometimes to the point of mass hallucinations.

Faith is often placed in the unseen infallible;
it is projected on spirits that will not defend themselves.
It can be placed in the wrong hands,
but in the right ideals.

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