Definitions for "Leap of Faith"
Sudden belief in your ability to defy the laws of physics (such as thermodynamics, gravity) induced by persistent hallucination. (See Roadkill)
when a marketer or advertiser engages in a move without the customary deliberation or testing, instead relying on instinct and judgment; creating and running an advertisement or commercial, relying on the strong belief that it is the right thing to do and will work. Often employed when time is crucial to take advantage of an opportunity or to respond to a marketplace development.
A leap of faith, in its most commonly used meaning, is the act of believing in something without, or in spite of, available empirical evidence. It is an act commonly associated with religious belief as many religions consider faith to be an essential element of piety.
a gamble always but a gamble with the oddsmaker that is one's own intrinsic self, the being that is humbled by reason but enabled by its own sensitivity to eternity that is truth, unblemished and untarnished
a reasonably sympathetic article
a thrust of self into being
Keywords:  tumble, unknown
a tumble into the unknown
Keywords:  purely, matter, earth, single, life
a purely personal matter, connected with the single individual and with the individual's life on this earth