Am I?

I would call myself a skeptic and a doubter of religious and spiritualities at best, and an agnostic atheist at worst. No, I don't know if any true one God or Goddess exists. Could I find out? Could someone else? Possibly. Would I believe in them? Not neccessarily.

 So many people question why I would choose this way of life; a wavering of uncertainty of religion. But why should they choose to be Catholic? Christian? Satanic?

 I'm still searching my spirituality and religiousness everyday. Everyday I still doubt. Everyday I still question.

And, I always believed that the intellectual doubt. Sometimes they come to a conclusion, sometimes they don't.

I haven't. Not yet. I don't know if I ever will, but it's a journey I'm willing to travel, a journey I'm willing to open all possibilities and my own mind to.

Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.- Thomas Jefferson

LadySuicide LadySuicide
18-21, F
1 Response Aug 30, 2009

For me, the truth reveals itself through my life experiences, not in any book. Some truths are found in books, others in movies, others in casual conversations with strangers. To actually see the truth, I must be open to acknowledging it wherever I find it.