There is a deeper reason why we need to undergo the hard time and the rough days of our lives, as gold is tested on fire, so too is our lives to make it pure, humble yet blameless. Indeed, we find ourselves in the moments of doubt and obscurity of our lives. This is not just in the matter of the spirit, but also in a rational and deeply philosophical manner. Considering the hermeneutical analysis of Paul Ricoeur on the Cartesian Cogito: ‘(The Crisis of the Cogito, 1996) and to my surprise this analysis could have been figuratively or even metaphorically as the language of the heart. Truly, the heart has its reason or reasons that reason itself could not understand, we know the truth not only by reason but also by the heart (Blaise Pascal, Pensées, 1670).