Gravity is always much stronger when you are on a hard surface than a soft one - that's why it hurts so much more when you tear your ^%^*& knee open on a sidewalk after gravity forces you to step on your own toes.
------- Kelly ------- On the internet, nobody knows your socks don't match.
Religion is often described as a communal system for the coherence of belief focusing on a system of thought, unseen being, person, or object, that is considered to be supernatural, sacred, divine, or of the highest truth.
Since I am neither invisible, nor supernatual, nor sacred or divine or of the highest truth, it is an illogical assumption to say that I am my own religion.
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I don't really know how to describe myself. What am I?
Am I Christian? Although the idea of the bible is compelling, I don't like the way christians think about themselves as superior to everybody else. This is my conception about christianity, you are free to argue with me about it or not.
Am I Agnostic? Can you prove that I am? I don't know. Apparently agnostic means that I am open to the concept of religion, but not entirely convinced by it. That could possibly describe me, but then again there are some things I believe that don't necessarily need to be proven.
Am I an Atheist? Well, I could be, but I don't think so. There are some things, no matter if you consider them godly or not, that I believe unseen.
Fact is: To all three questions, the answer is most likely no.
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