Complacency is not befitting of spiritual growth. That’s why I ask myself several questions that I hope you’ll consider asking yourself. These are not new questions. Philosophy and Theology have asked several core and BIG questions like these for centuries:
How do you know that what you know is true (epistemology)?
Where did I come from (ontology)?
What is my purpose (teleology)?
What happens to me when I die (eschatology)?
What if I’m wrong (humility)?
What am I willing to stake on it? Can I afford to be wrong (risk)?
What has shaped my views- family, culture, practicality, spiritual transformation, comfort, hurt, success (influence)?
Could I be wrong (probability)?
Does what I believe in accomplish what it promises (congruency)?
Is there a Higher Being in the universe (theology)?
Am I being honest (honesty)?