Is religion worth believing?

United States
September 22, 2012 1:32pm CST
I don't have the means to be offending anyone, I just feel that the methods some use to convert others (whether you're Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, or Hinduist) is.. different to what it used to be. Why can't people just be optimistic instead of hoping for a God/Goddess/Deity(s) to assist in him/her? I might be asking too much, but in the end, isn't that what everyone is looking for, a means to live with their own moral standards? Just a thought.. I'm sorry if I offended you. May your type of religion convince me otherwise.
1 response
@GemmaR (8527)
26 Sep 12
I don't personally have a religion, because I think that the whole thing just sounds ridiculously unbelievable. However, I would never say to somebody that they shouldn't have a religion, because it is something that can be very strong to a person and it would hurt them if people started telling them that the things that they believed in were a load of rubbish. I think that everybody is entitled to their own opinion, and providing that they allow me to have mine, I am happy to let them have their own opinion as well.