The religion of the world worships in a temple. It lay on the sand of ignorance, but temple was built with two materials. One material is expectations. The other material is assuming.
Here’s the question. Is the temple made of expectations or is it the foundation? Or is the temple made of assuming and the foundation is expectations?
This is not a “chicken or egg” debate. I am personally very curious about the matter.
Because if the foundation of world religion is expectations, I simply close my ears. But if the foundation is built on assuming, then I can expect that everything I am will be dragged through the mud of suspicion long before I am excepted on any level.
Don’t think the Christian Church is exempt from this trouble.
Expectations are often written down as rules and regulations.
Assuming is a pure derivative of opinion.