Ever since my parents knew I have been a heathen, my mother has been studying the Bible thoroughly. Maybe she wished to convince me with logical arguments. Maybe she thought that if I had a proper reason to doubt the Bible, maybe there was some truth to my doubt, and she wanted to know what that was.
After reading half a dozen books, when we were alone, no one else around, she whispered to me, that, maybe, the Bible wasn't that canonical she had always thought it to be.
Which is a dilemma.
My mum is a good person. But scarred, too. I think she needs her faith for support, although most of you might deny that religion is actually useful for emotionally supporting people. If she doesn't have God to rely on, she might break down one day. I think I want her to stay in the illusion, because breaking it would be too hard for her. Which seems an immoral thought.
What am I supposed to do? Wake her up, with a chance she will hit her head, or let her sleep, happily?