You have the cradle.
You have the fairy tales.
You have the church.
You have the stories it wants you to believe.
For some, they leave the cradle but keep the fairy tales.
For some, they throw out the fairy tales but stay in the cradle.
For others, they leave both behind.
It’s important to critically analyze the usefulness of the cradle and the fairy tales.
There comes a time when we have to sleep in our own bed, the one we’ve made for ourselves.
There also comes a time when we have to start developing our own understanding of what is true.
We must come to a place where we choose where we abide if it’s good for us, and where we choose what to know because it’s good for us.
This is called growth.
This is maturity.