Question, Challenge, Pray

“You don’t learn by having faith. You learn by questioning, by challenging, by re-examining everything you’ve ever believed. And yet, all this is a matter of faith – the faith that there is a truth to be found. It is another paradox: To truly question, you must truly have faith.” (Rabbi Tzvi Freeman)

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  1. I know this, because I have been doing that since I was a child, and still doing that.

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