The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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One can study this principle in a child: a child is born with faith. When one says, "This is water, this is bread, this is father, this is mother," the child does not refuse to believe it; it does not say, "It is not so." The child at once takes it to be so. It is afterwards that doubts begin to come. When the infant grows up, when it begins to hear a story and asks, "But is it real?", then doubt begins.