The author discusses his own reflection on Abram lying about Sara being his wife in order to protect his own safety. The author likens this to when she was newly out and would not correct outsiders who assumed that she and her date were sisters. In this portion, as with many LGBT people, Abram must take a leap of faith. Sometimes, in order to take an important journey, all we know is that we must go, without knowing the destination. Perhaps we need to let go of what is holding us back, before we can go forth, and before we can even know where we are going.