Question by Isaac Dust: I keep having a repetative dream about the inside of old stone churches?
it is neither a good nor bad dream, but I’m always inside these old churches walking around. Last night there was a dog on one of the pews that I thought was friendly, but as I went to pat it he started snarling and barking. A priest appeared and said “That’s what you get for blind faith”.
Any interpretations of what these old churches symbolize? Thanks.
Answer by Justin
It seems to me like you’re conflicted. The “blind faith” refers to the fact that you are going on faith alone, without any sense or reasoning within yourself. The dog could be representative about the fact that a creature who would normally be friendly and loving becomes uncertain and defensive because your baseless faith makes you less of a true person to yourself.
This is all my opinion, but perhaps you should take some time to really contemplate and look within to find the motivation for your faith. It will make your devotion much truer for it to come from within, and a stronger faith will bring you closer to truth, and you’ll find something wonderful through that truth, regardless of whether that wonder is the wonder of God or of the Universe itself.
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