The Doubting Priest
"There lives more faith in honest doubt, believe me, than in half the creeds."
– Alfred, Lord Tennyson, "In Memoriam A.H.H."
Despair, Hedonism, Idealism and Justice, Spirituality
Death, Physical Illness
To your peers, you are not just a priest but a pillar of faith, impervious to the vanities of the world. You have made a name for yourself as a jovial and loyal confidant, always ready to lend an ear to the troubles of others. Yet, despite your devotion and compassion, you possess a judgmental streak and have been tempted by secular pleasures. Lately, you have been contemplating your own mortality and confronted with a choice: will you focus on your spiritual journey or indulge in the pleasures you've always denied yourself?