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A saying comes to mind - "Resiliance endures. Rigidity comes to an early end. The teeth are hard and fall out, the tongue is soft and remains." Rigid bones break, healthy bones are resilient and flexible. "Being" -- understood as a form of the verb, is dynamic and alive. It allows for free movement, like comfortable, loose-fitting clothes. Most importantly, it pulls us down into the bedrock core roots of the issue of Religion and Faith. We often talk about "The Human Spirit." Well, that dynamic we call The Human Spirit manifests as the nature of "Being," and in manifesting anew moment to moment, it is at once both a verb and a metamorphosis of consciousness through which our ever-changing understanding of Faith and Religion evolve. Such resilience deepens and expands our understanding to this subject through our understanding of the meanings behind the title change.