Not the best English, but it does ask the real question.
One of my questions this weekend was, “Name a current BE-lief that might not BE” In other words how many things are we believing that are not true? That is a scary question. What would be your answer to the “one BE-lief”? Seriously, give it some thought. There is no faith unless faith is tested.
Otherwise it is just dogma and doctrine without life.
BE-ing accepts the moment, whatever you might be going through whereas most of our BE-liefs are strategies for not accepting what IS and looking for an alternative route- a detour.
There’s a big difference between KNOWING something in your BE-ing and BE-lieving for something. Knowing is body-felt and it will rock your boat whereas BE-lieving something is various degrees of hoping, wishing, and demanding that which you don’t have. Knowing says you HAVE IT ALREADY!
Too much of our world is a mentally created world that’s more fiction than fact, more ego than essence, and more enculturation (corporate conditioning) than actuality.
Wisdom comes from intuition (internal) and is a subjective concept whereas mental action and planning is objective (external). Are you absorbing what you’re reading, hearing in your spirit and not your head?