Belief with doubt!


“To believe with certainty we must begin with doubting”

Stanislaus I of Poland

What is that Stanislaus trying to convey? 

He says, to be certain you have to be doubtful!

First of all, if you decided to believe in something, why should you be doubtful or apprehensive?

Are you not sure of yourself?

Is this a contradictory statement or it is a perfect statement?

Doubt & Belief in brief

“Doubt is the blank parts of the canvas which is being filled with the colour of belief” Mark Sayers

Some answer at last

“We should be unafraid to doubt.

There is no believing without some doubting, and believing is all the more robust for having experienced its doubts.

Khalil Gibran put it beautifully, “Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother.” I like that.

If doubts are not the opposite of faith, we can be a bit more open and honest about them with ourselves, others, and God”

Justin Holcomb

Do you think it’s too much to understand?


“Doubt your doubts, before you doubt your beliefs” Chase Crawford

Readers, please enlighten me further with your thoughts.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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4 thoughts on “Belief with doubt!

  1. Where does doubt come from– our emotions, logic, life experiences, perception? If doubting helps me make a more informed decision (through reflection, education, contemplation), then I am for it. If it keeps me from taking risks and experiencing life, then I have no need for it!

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