The power of questions

I believe that people should be free to read anything and make their own thoughts. However, it has been brought to my attention that many do not know how to read without believing. Instead of withholding “dangerous” information, then, we should teach them how to think. Questions are everything–even more than answers. Without the ability to question, people do not have the ability to understand.

Without questions, even the most intelligent people are trapped in worlds of others’ construction. Questions bring freedom even without answers. Doubt is not the antithesis of faith; it is a spurring force.

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