Faith is always faith in someone else's faith. Belief is always believing what someone else tells us to believe. Bringing to mind Lao Tzu's observation in 500 +/- BCE, "A path that can be discerned as a path is not a reliable path." It is someone else's path. And we have to find our own way to the Holy Grail. The Holy Grail represents our own life-- what is true life for us is that which brings us to life, that which vitalizes and enraptures us alone, which we alone recognize as worthy of our devotion, loyalty and allegiance and must do because we alone are gifted/graced/prepared to do it. And no one else can tell us what that is. When Jesus said, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free," he was not talking about faith or belief. The truth we know to be true sets us free from the faith and beliefs of all others, and puts us on the path to our own bliss/rapture/amore, which no one knows but us. Our faith is in ourselves, in what we know to be true for us and in what we know ourselves to be built for, capable of, in a "Give me the ball!" kind of way. And if this doesn't ring true for you, "leave no stone unturned" in your search for what does!
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