We feel that if we have
doubts, it means that we are denying the teachings and that we should really
have unquestioning faith. Now in certain religions, unquestioning faith is
considered a desirable quality. But in the Buddha-dharma, this is not
necessarily so. Referring to the dharma, the Buddha said, 'ehi passiko,' which
means 'come and see,' or 'come and investigate,' not 'come and believe.'