“If the thought comes to you that everything that you have thought about God is mistaken and that there is no God, do not be dismayed. It happens to many people. But do no think that the source of your disbelief is that there is no God. If you no longer believe in the God whom you believed before, …you must strive better to grasp that which you call God. When a savage ceases to believe in his wooden god, this does not mean that there is no God, but only that the true God is not made of wood.” Leo Tolstoy

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