I know it’s a terrifying question that brings with it the ire of those who put tradition before truth. Who wrong-headedly value faith above fact. Who condemn with hatred and judgement those who are different. And unfortunately, as king these questions can have serious repercussions, and it’s sadly not without personal sacrifice. For religion has the almost unique characteristic of severing families and inciting hatred towards loved ones. But a message of love will always overcome a doctrine of fear. The world is waking up. The non-religious, unbelievers, skeptics, and atheists are the fastest growing group of people in the world. Isolated as it may feel, we are not alone.
Knowing that society progresses through inquisitive curiosity, aren’t all these difficult questions worth asking? I don’t claim to have all the answers. I’m not here to tell you how to live your life. I’m only here to put a pebble in your shoe. Dare to be curious! It’s ok to think differently and to not drink the koolaid.
“I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.”Richard Feynam
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