A Meditation on Life: The Virtue of Skepticism

Sincere and courageous doubt is more than a right.

Sincere and courageous doubt is a precious and sacred responsibility
… and the only thing that makes sincere belief possible.

To that end, beware any philosophy, creed, or enterprise that denies anyone the freedom to doubt. And be even more vigilant against embracing any philosophy, creed, or enterprise that bestows upon anyone the freedom from doubt.

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2 thoughts on “A Meditation on Life: The Virtue of Skepticism

    • Thanks for the kind words and for resonating with the message, Rajiv. Sadly, the preachers, politicians, and other salesmen have terrorized the masses into acceptance of ignorance, obedience, and conformity as “virtues”, not the evils that they truly are. As you expressed, patriotism is still a global disease that I hope will someday be eradicated thanks to courageous people like you. Peace.

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