Childhood

In my childhood, I believed in God, but not long. I had (and still have ;) an angel, who shew me the life and the world. And every night, I dreamt that my angel flew in the heaven and to god....but now i think different about this.
I think, everyone should believe in themselves and not in something that (I think) doesn't exist. But that doesn't mean that I don't tolerate religions, because many religious people help other people that need help. And they don't want money for their efforts. That's really cool :)
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2 Responses Apr 22, 2007

That's whats great about God, he gives you a free will to chose.

I agree. It's fine if you need an outside source, but all of my strength comes from within, and it seems like we ourselves are more dependable than a silent, untraceable deity.<br />
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The only type of religious people that make me even the slightest bit mad are the ones who shove their religion in your face, and won't leave you alone. Fortunately, I haven't run into many of them--most people I've met are courteous, say, "Are you interested?" and if not, they politely leave.