My apologies if this question isn't within the typical scope of this site. I'm trying to locate the source of a quotation I saved long ago, it was from I believe an academic text collecting various rabbinical "teaching stories", but I can't remember much more.
The quote is:
I know there are questions that have no answers; there is a suffering that has no shame; there is injustice in God’s creation—and there are reasons enough for man to explode with rage. I know there are reasons for you to be angry. Good. Let us be angry. Together.
And I further seem recall this was a story of the Rabbi in question talking to a young man struggling with doubt and seeking to leave his village/community because of doubts and spiritual struggles (it was an old story, not by a modern Jewish thinker).
There's a part of me that keeps thinking this quote is by (or associated with) Rebbe Nachman of Bratslav, but I can't actually find a source for that. In any event I would be very grateful of any assistance, sources, or confirmation of authorship, all are helpful.
Thank you very much.