Ive found where i read a passage in relation to what im searching for
http://www.amaravati.org/abmnew/index.p ... ticle/436/
The Buddha said that those who simply believe others are not truly wise. A wise person practices until he is one with the Dhamma, until he can have confidence in himself, independent of others.
On one occasion, while Venerable Sāriputta was sitting, listening respectfully at his feet as the Buddha expounded the Dhamma, the Buddha turned to him and asked,
''Sāriputta, do you believe this teaching?''
Venerable Sāriputta replied, ''No, I don't yet believe it.''
Now this is a good illustration. Venerable Sāriputta listened, and he took note. When he said he didn't yet believe he wasn't being careless, he was speaking the truth. He simply took note of that teaching, because he had not yet developed his own understanding of it, so he told the Buddha that he didn't yet believe - because he really didn't believe. These words almost sound as if Venerable Sāriputta was being rude, but actually he wasn't. He spoke the truth, and the Buddha praised him for it.
''Good, good, Sāriputta. A wise person doesn't readily believe, he should consider first before believing.''
Where does this passage come from in the suttas?