I cannot delete that and at the end don't know why.
It's very common and its okay. We're meant to question, that's what makes us human. I can't say where this path will lead you but it doesn't necessarily mean it will lead away from God. For me reading about people who had faith during unbelievably difficult circumstances has changed how I think about faith. Fr. Walter Ciszek's book 'With God In Russia' was really transforming for me. Also I would try to donate more of your time to a cause or charity. I've had some of my most important faith affirming expirences when really giving of myself. Most of all enjoy the journey.
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I had doubts since I was a child in Sunday School and got a very unsatisfying answer to a question I posed to the associate pastor (who was acting as Sunday School teacher one week). I fought against my doubts as a teenager and young adult and really immersed myself in my religion, until I finally admitted to myself that I was trying to believe something that was unbelievable. I wouldn't say I had a crisis. I'd say it was an enlightenment. I was freed from the chains of religion and allowed to accept responsibility for myself completely. It was liberating.
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