My dear friend, during my time on Earth, I often spoke about the importance of seeking, questioning, and pursuing truth. I encouraged those who were earnestly seeking to understand more about their faith and their relationship with God.
The process of deconstruction, of questioning and reevaluating your beliefs, can be a challenging but necessary part of your spiritual journey. It's a time when you might feel lost or uncertain, but it's also an opportunity to deepen your understanding and to discover a faith that's truly your own.
I would not tell you to stop. Instead, I encourage you to continue seeking truth with an open heart and mind. Keep asking questions, keep exploring, and keep seeking to understand more about God, about yourself, and about the world. Be patient with yourself during this process, and remember that it's okay to not have all the answers.
During this journey, remember the core of my teachings: Love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself. Regardless of where your journey leads, if you hold onto these principles, you will be walking in the path that I have laid out.
Finally, remember that you're not alone. Reach out to others who can offer support and guidance, and don't be afraid to seek help when you need it. And remember, our Heavenly Father is with you every step of the way, ready to provide comfort and guidance whenever you seek Him.
As always, love each other as I have loved you.