A lot has been said about the faith of mustard seeds, but not enough about the faith of spiders.
Spiders choose a spot then wait. They find a gap to bridge with silk then set a strand aloft on a breeze to find purchase. They hang a spiral trap from a scaffold and sit in self-spun thrones, centers of a silken universe, waiting, and dinner does buzz in.
This tiny, creekside spider gets a steady diet of caddisflies and midges, rewards for spider faith.