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The surprise of regained confidence

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The real sacrifice is made out of privation, not surplus, prosperity.

Why, then, does it seem natural that I have to have something in excess in order to be able to offer anything?

When I experience want, want, I tend to give up everything. What difference does it make to me then?

This sacrifice does not have to be a lofty act of trust in Divine Providence. It can be a gesture of despair for someone who cannot cope with the burning lack of hope.

Is an attitude of trust in the heart irrevocably required for sacrifice? Couldn't the sacrifice be made in real sacrifice, or even throwing the sacrifice towards the recipient?

The legitimacy of the greatness of the Majesty with which we are dealing here makes it necessary for the presence of a trusting heart...

This majesty, however, makes a completely incomprehensible decision about himself: through Revelation we observe his supernatural character - the way out to the other, clumsy, hungry, exceedingly pity.

Despite even this observation of God revealing Himself, the tension associated with this lack of trust in offering sacrifice does not disappear. Indeed, this issue is not insignificant, since, in addition to the act itself, which can be identified with the form, there is no less important issue of the required content. This is precisely the cordis intima - the bowels of the heart, to which trust belongs[1]. In order for a truly human act to exist, it is necessary to combine the form with the appropriate content. Thus, in answering the question of the necessity of the presence of trust in the act of sacrifice, one can finally say: trust is necessary subjectively - that is, on the part of the person making the sacrifice, regardless of the recipient (of course, only in terms of subjective-objective tension).
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