when changing your beliefs is obvious to others

"Struggling with your Faith" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“Struggling with your Faith” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

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Some people have it all figured out. Always have. Always will.

Then others allow themselves to be challenged and changed.

Sometimes it’s impossible to hide the changes we undergo.

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6 Responses

  1. RollieB says:

    I finally obtained a dedicated stand-alone eraser, the end-of-the-pencil variety wasn’t enough.

  2. Gary says:

    Interestingly enough I began shaving my head during the time period when I was beginning to question many things within “the” faith. Though it was coincidental timing…the cartoon triggered a good laugh on my part this morning. 🙂

    Have always loved this one David. What was seen as weakness in my past I now consider one of my great strengths…the ability to spend less time drawing lines and more time erasing them. (The theme of another great cartoon I believe)

  3. I believe the ability or even the willingness to change IS a strength!

  4. Tom says:

    Its funny recently people who are not afraid to discuss religion and politics who have known me for many years are beginning to comment on my changes. Its mostly people who respect me so it often results in some great conversations. Those that don’t respect me, most of the people from the last church I was part of, think I’m the devil and I’m good with that. LOL

  5. terri jo says:

    Husband to me: “Do you want to smudge?” Me: “No thanks, I pray without the smudge smoke now, but go ahead and enjoy your way” “You mean you are never going to smudge again?” with a worried expression on his face…. “Well, I am retired from that for the time being, but go ahead and do your thing, it’s good for you”. Friend: “Why are you calling creator “God” now?” with concerned look on her face. “I am going through a change….. I am doing well though…”