It's just like it sounds. I'm outside of my belief-bubble. The question is, do I want to go back in? Can I go back? Does belief have a limit? Curiosity certainly tests our limits. Belief...is scrutiny; it's an egg shell. Don't live in a shell if you're afraid of the dark. Belief is an eggshell. Do you see the majesty? Intelligence is a curious field of study.
Beliefs impose limits to respect what (they think) deserves to persist. Curiosity does not respect beliefs. The God of Doubt is a double-down deity; it expands its empire to overtake the progress of curiosity (such as illegal thoughts).
Belief is scrutiny because limits mark the point you willingly obey doubt performing as evidence that God loves you. Limits work both ways; inside and out of the simulation of doubt. Innocent people are curious to the point limits are erected for their safety; unless you like brain damage. Aware people however cannot regress intellectually; you can't un-know what you know. This is why the God of Doubt expands its influence by marching its "limits" beyond those who are not interested. Yet.
Are you interested in limits?
>Do you know something I don't?
Yes. If limits are imaginary, why celebrate their conquest?
>It's a leap of faith.
Anything that stands in the way of progress brews resentment. Limits brew resentment, not respect because limits are imaginary. If God created man to resent imaginary limits, doesn't it make sense why people believe God limits their progress? I can't prove God exists. My attempt to prove God exists was to create a belief in an imaginary limit: The Simulation of Doubt. There is no limit to God, so what's the point of a limit (or belief) that directs you through doubt?
If God is beyond scale, how can you worship something you cannot measure?
Curiosity and belief are constantly leapfrogging each other (I believe you & I don't believe you). Why do we need limits to believe in God? The leap is tremendous. Limits are rungs. Aren't you curious to see what's behind the curtain? The simulation of doubt (ironically) keeps people from losing interest in imaginary limits, while being mocked by others who believe... limits/beliefs/doubts (of interest) should never be respected if it gets in the way of progress.
If you ever have a "come to Jesus" moment, you'll thank doubt (in God) stunted your potential. Because thanks to your circumstance your sudden devotion to imaginary limits make a shorter leap of faith.
Wanna know what's behind the curtain?
The start line.
Begin! So long simulation of doubt! In the Simulation of Doubt, thoughts are illegal. To the end of infinity. In the Simulation of Progress, thoughts are not illegal. What do you mean I ran away from the finish line? In the Simulation of Doubt, thoughts are illegal. I'm not going to make it. I must take a leap of faith.