I was forced into religion by my father at a very young age. I went to mosque, prayed and read the holy book but i didn't want to do any of it. After my parents got divorced I stopped going to mosque. I had more freedom to choose when it came to my mother. I choose to become an atheist. And I don't regret that choice
Thane1 Thane1
18-21, M
1 Response Mar 24, 2014

I think choice is the most important thing. I've heard similar stories from friends/others who had religion forced down their throats, and as a result have been particularly against it when able to make their own choices.

I personally do believe in there being a God, but I completely respect your views/opinions.