Awake and busy doing assignments.
I got tons of things on my mind for these few weeks, I realized at times its hard to talk to someone about problems. I'll figure it out myself, somehow.
In class today we had a sorta interesting talk about religion and stuff.
Random guy A was talking shit about Baha'i (A monotheistic religion founded by Bahá'u'lláh in nineteenth-century Persia, emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind) and it turned out to be our lecturers religion. Talk about awkward!
So yea anyway, then the whole debate of religion(s) came up.
Thinking about it;
My family has a long line of buddhist and catholics. Therefore, I decided I shall be undecided till I decide on a religion. So for now, I guess you can say that I'm a free thinker.
But you know what pisses me off?
When someone thinks that their religion is better than others.
I don't get it.
How can this be better than that when logically speaking nothing has been proven yet?
Basically everything falls on what you believe, right? Oh yea, and miracles.
As a freethinker, I believe there is God. A creator of the universe and helpers of Him.
But I don't start dissing someone elses religion, even when I don't apply any religic teaching in my daily doings. I read bibles, I hold the praying sticks *jossstick?* and what-so-ever. Yet I still dont side a religion more than the other.
Your a buddhist or christian but you killed someone, does it still make you a good person?
Even tho you were baptist or cleansed, will it make you feel less guilty?
I guess its how you make up for life, how you want it to be and what seems right and wrong to you. Its good that you follow a certain religion, it gives you something to believe in. Something to look up to(?) or a place for you to hide and to run for comfort, religion is a good thing. But not to a point where you start dissing or looking down on others.
Oh well, its late.
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What do you think?
p/s : I AM SO NOT DISSING ANY RELIGION. I'm a straightforward person if you dont know by now. So yea, its just my point of view.