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- n. The act of believing in something, despite lack of proof of its truth or existence.
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She regaled us with tales of her firings, her career moves, and her leap of faith when she against conventional wisdom started her own company, Lucky Duck Productions.
But what if Karen Newman turned out to be a commitment-phobic, relationship-challenged woman approaching age thirty who wanted desperately to be in love but was afraid to take that necessary leap of faith required for a lasting relationship?
It was my father who had taken a blind leap of faith in marrying, and I wondered if that was how Azher’s sister saw it.