Abrahamic Faiths, Attachment, Delusion, Faith, God(s), Ideologies, Quotes, Religion, Self, Usha

On Faith, by Usha Vaidyanathan

“Isn’t this in a strange way a reflection of the nature of Faith itself? We make up our own mental version of a God and we begin to believe in it and depend on it so much that we are unwilling to let anyone give a different version, even if it is better and more true and hence more beautiful. At some point our belief becomes more important than Truth itself. I guess that is when it stops being Faith and becomes Fanaticism.”

— Usha Vaidyanathan

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