How skeptics are made

Skeptics may be born of early exposure and disenchantment with deliberate illusion. When the illusion is successful and creates a warm impression upon the youth then the skeptic’s doubt may falter, and the habit of suspicion and critique fail to develop. But when the illusion is clear, and deceit apparent, the young mind may become disenchanted with good feelings alone, and may want for better reason to believe. Thus is born the skeptic, the product of failed deceit, lost faith and well ruined innocence.

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