Faith is a fleeting ideal these days. Perhaps we can learn something, though, from the recent actions of Kanye West at the Video Music Awards. Yes, Taylor Swift won best female video, but can't we just have faith that Kanye knows what's best? If he believes Beyonce should have won then maybe she did. What's real and tangible can always be replaced by something that's not if you have enough faith. And Kanye has enough faith in his own opinion that whatever he believes becomes reality. So, there, Beyonce wins by reasons of divine intervention.
Isn't that where Taylor Swift failed, anyways? Wasting her time with countless hours of practicing, rehearsing, songwriting, ect. Instead of appealing to her fans and her artistic standard, she should have been chirping in Kanye's ear. If you can convince Kanye of something then it becomes reality. And if you don't believe that then you obviously have very little faith. Swift is still a child, though. At 19 she has no concept, no intellectual grasp of the kind of courage that it took Kanye to swipe the microphone from her hand as she recited her acceptance speech. For his actions you may crucify him now, but for his unwavering faith in his own opinions a place in Heaven will be surely reserved for him. That's assuming, of course, that he believes in Heaven, because if he doesn't then it probably doesn't even exist.