|Torah of Awakening|
Belief is clutter, because it is unnecessary. Some think that you need to believe in something good in order to have hope, to not be pessimistic. But pessimism is also belief; you don't really know how things are going to turn out. If you say, "i believe it will all turn out for the good", you are trying to have something you can't have; you can't know how it will turn out. And if you say, "it will turn out for the bad", you are still trying to have something you can't have. Why not have what you can have?
Why use mental energy trying to have what you can't have? There is so much available in this moment, but in order to receive it, you have to be aware of it. So use your precious vital energy on connecting with this moment, on being aware of what is really here. You will find that having what you can have is much better than trying to have what you can't!