You always said you believed in people, even though they didn't always had faith in you.
You also said that your brain does not believe in a primordial God but that your heart does. It was always a matter of proximity, with the brain being closer to the mouth and pushing all of its messages.. the right messages.
You said that you weren't convinced by the making of the cross sign because it started with the brain and ended with the heart - people always remember the last part and never the beginning you said.
But I knew you had it in you - the words in the prayers you mumbled on the metro, hoping that no suicide bomber went in the same direction, in that moment, helped you have a pleasant journey. Yeah, I heard you. It convinced me to not push the button.
the words came from the heart and, by the time you got to the end of it, your brain would have no other choice but to surrender.