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Don't be afraid to question established beliefs and traditions

Don't be afraid to question established beliefs and traditions

Being open to questioning and challenging established beliefs and traditions can lead to a deeper understanding of spirituality. Critical thinking and questioning can lead to growth and a more personal connection with spirituality.

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Self-discovery is a crucial process of introspection and self-exploration that enables individuals to understand their true identity, values, beliefs, and purpose, leading to personal growth and fulfillment.

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