Questions coming out of a mind are like bubbles being produced in a boiling mixture, indicating that some noticeable change is going on inside it. This comparison relates that questions are an integral part in the development of a Human soul, determining the pace and direction of an individual’s viewpoint.
Reason and logic originates from the groundwork of questions. Scientific and Philosophical discoveries form the driving force of any society. Such discoveries are also a product of questioning. So putting Question marks when observing the Nature is the same as friction that helps space crafts and rockets take off for their journey to great heights.
Such is the power of Questions; they take one higher and higher, and around the whole Universe, discovering new avenues for thoughts and ideas. But there is one factor whose absence and existence can totally change the outcomes of this power, and that factor is Faith.
Without Faith Questioning is like weaving nets and getting oneself entangled in them. Doubts and fears may overpower a questioning mind if it fails to recognize its own power of Faith. And this may permanently halt the motion of a Human soul and its flights may come to an end.
If one has absolute Faith that all the questions one has are surely going to get answered, questioning can help one find horizons far and wide. But when doubts and fears enter a questioning mind, the upshot is confusion and bewilderment.
In order to carve a healthy society, we should take our questions out of the box of Doubts and allow them to breathe in the fresh air of Faith.