I’d accidently caught her foot in the door when closing the door behind me. She howled, my heart raced and I felt terrible. Terrible. Her foot was fine, I didn’t close the door very hard but still, between the shock and pinch, emotions can become discombobulated.
I know what it feels like to lose trust in someone else. I wouldn’t blame my kitty for having lost trust in me when it comes to closing doors. But how did she regain trust so quickly?
I analyzed her trust. From her actions, I can see that she trusts love, self-reliance, and life. My kitty can go outside, without any extra clothes or food, and survive, for days. She doesn’t have a fear of lack or of the future. In other words, she doesn’t put her trust in time, food, human beings, and material things.
Could I venture to say that my cat trusts life, truth, and love?
Is my trust more secure if I place it in spiritual elements?
“In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I shall not be afraid. What can flesh do to me?” Psalm 56:4, English Standard Version of the Bible