"How do I know I can trust you?" you ask, trying to stall. You feel
you have to think. You can't just step out on blind faith and put
your life in this lion's paws. He could throw you off His back or
hurt you! What if He secretly wants to eat you?
"You do not know," Aslan answers you, "You must believe without proof.
It is the nature of trust." He stands there, waiting.
Your heart tells you to go ahead--trust Him, but your head is screaming
No no no! This can't be! You are caught in the agony
of descision between head and heart, science and faith, reason and feeling.
Go with your head and walk away
Go with your heart and climb on His back