Toward the end of November, I wrote “Questions can set the truth free” for The Huffington Post religion section. The idea of having the freedom to ask questions, and the necessity of questions for living a good life, has been on my mind for some time and I explore that in this piece.
The discarded image, the driving concept behind this blog, is the idea that the model one holds for understanding the universe, an image through which an individual makes sense of the world, is sometimes made obsolete with new information. As we learn, we are challenged to rethink our world and sometimes we are forced to discard that image that previously made sense to us, but no longer holds that place of privilege.
Read and let me know what you think.
…questions are essential for life and engaging others is essential for finding them. Questions are treasures worthy of the hunt and they can set the truth free. Read the full article at The Huffington Post.