What if there is nothing else? All of our beliefs remain beliefs? Nothing could substantiate anything real beyond our tangible world, aside from our mere faith? Are we prepared to be rejected by our own devotion? If we blindly follow certain doctrines it’s only fair to assume that “it” will — or already has — abandon us, even without our knowing?
If it comes to it, would we be ready to relinquish what drove us to this very point in humanity, since at this point it could be the root cause of our suffering?
Could collective faith ever be acceptably reduced to serve a single man and his purpose, as this life only caters to what one personally makes of it? Do we exist through word of doctrines that no longer apply in this world? Is our faith outdated? Do these beliefs have the ability to adapt through the generations undeterred?
Will gradual liberation and acceptance of free-will threaten the very beliefs that promise a similar — if not the same — salvation? If something catastrophic does come and challenges our faith to the extremes, despite our conscience, will we be open to embrace it as it’s our very fate to accept it?
Why are humans given both conscience and negligence to balance? For both sides exist —even with such things like love and hate — both sides are critical. Opposites seem to define each other, so if one side is spitefully ignored or condemned, how would we distinguish the extremes? Does existence define purpose?
Why do we expect everything to be served and presented in ways that prioritizes humankind’s understanding? What if what we truly hope for is beyond our scope of understanding, and all we’re doing is rationalizing? Our beliefs have the mere chance of existing nowhere else outside of earth, which could mean that all of it is only a simple product of the universe in our own head?