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Does asking questions and searching of what we do not know harm our Belief?

Tags: belief, politics & government, asking questions
Asked by truth exposed, 14 Nov '12 05:04 pm
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1.

If you believe everything you read, better not read. Japanese Proverb.
Nothing can harm our beliefs, so long as our beliefs are strong.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 14 Nov '12 05:12 pm

 
  
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Belief is not harmed by asking questions and learning. You can learn anything you want that stick in your mind and bother you. Doubts concerning belief do not harm belief.

Abu Hurayra (RA) narrates: Some companions of the prophet (pbuh) asked him:

Some of us have delusions (waswasa), normally we are sure that uttering these things are considered sin. The prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

Are you afraid of this really? Those who were there answered,

Yes!.. then, He said:
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Answered by Ataur Rahman, 14 Nov '12 05:06 pm

 
  
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It depands upon how strong are the foundations upon which our belief is buit up. It is human nature to ask questions and search. If a person finds that the beliefs, which he follows, are hollow from inside and he has to face hostilty for asking questions then such belief is bound to be hurt. Although he might keep quite because of fear of those hostile persons
Answered by Vikram, 14 Nov '12 07:30 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by Quest, 14 Nov '12 05:05 pm

 
  
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Its the knowledge, there is no harm at all, even its good for all
Answered by Psycho, 14 Nov '12 05:05 pm

 
  
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Come-on.
Don't be too much orthodox.Born free,need not invite over-chaining the self.
Answered by vishwabandhubajpai, 15 Nov '12 06:25 am

 
  
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