Dear friends I am sure you will like this quote especially because it lends itself to different interpretations 🙂
My take on the above quote is as follows:
In the first part for reaching our destination or goals we need to put in effort and think rationally, logically and analytically. The goals could be worldly, visible and tangible and to reach them we may need to strive hard. When we succeed we are delighted but if we do not succeed we may feel stressful and frustrated – basically a ‘ego play’.
On the other hand ‘walking with his faith’ implies a strong belief in the universal energy to reveal our true nature. And 0ur true nature is a state of being in Peace and Harmony which we are destined for. When one walks with his faith there are no predetermined goals to achieve – and so the ego cannot exist. Here a person is more more intuitive, thoughtful and subjective. Peace and harmony just happen as they are a state of Being. What does the wise philosopher Lao Tsu say? – “all straining, all striving are not only vain but counterproductive. It means not to literally do nothing, but to discern and follow the natural forces – to follow and shape the flow of events and not to pit oneself against the natural order of things”.
“Faith is our trust in the Divine”!