Kata: I began to start thinking and feeling that I could, should and needed to believe

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Balogh kata is talking …   In 2008, I befriended some Muslims, who asked if I practiced any religion, which I did not. I believe this question triggered my interest. I began to start thinking and feeling that I could, should and needed to believe. To have something to hold onto. To belong somewhere. Thus, I started asking about their faith, More...

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