Losing faith in the world is the natural outcome of those who seek knowledge, and why religions warn against people who value data above dogma. From there you are left with three choices. Stick your head in the sand, accept and recite the dogma and refuse to consider the data. Follow the truth into an endless abyss of meaninglessness and rootlessness. Look within for small and scattered grains of conviction, distilled through your own blood, sweat and tears rather than words on a page or the tellings of others, and nurture the belief that they are the things which should be important, true or not.
You can't lose it, you can misplace it though. Hang in there
Some of us never had it in the first place.
You don't. Believing requires fatih, if you don't have it, you can't believe it.
Because nobody wants to admit that they lost their faith, not even to themselves.
you take a testosterone supplement
deep down faith isn't really lost its more of the hope that fades- the glimmer of faith is like a candle- you have to breath in to keep that light burning
The mustard seed it is small