English: Joseph Campbell, late 1970
English: Joseph Campbell, late 1970 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In the book, Power of Myth, Bill Moyers asked Joseph Campbell if he was a man of faith.  Joseph Campbell answered, “I don’t have to have faith.  I have experience.”

Faith can be powerful and has been called the evidence of things not seen.  Experience, however, is seeing for yourself.  Seeing is believing.  On the spiritual path, we are always encouraged to get the experience for ourselves, and do the work that it takes in order to have the experience.  Once we have the experience, there is no longer any question involved.  We’ve gone beyond faith, beyond belief.  Now we know.

From the book Wise Words

By Craig Kimbrough

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