I'm a Christian, and I like to think I'm a decent person. I really try to go out of my way to be kind to everyone. My faith is personal and I don't want to force it on others. If the topic comes up, I'll share about it, but it's not something I would shove down people's throats.
I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?
The people aren't always defined by their religion, though. I acknowledge that. It's the system of control I don't so much appreciate.
I believe there are people who become defined by their religion, absorbed in it and fanatical. Obviously. And yet there are also people who don't allow that and hold to a sense of individualism within it.
It's kind of like playing with matches when it comes to people and religion. Unpredictable.
Of course, just as much as anyone else. Everyone has a set of of standards and biases they hold themselves to, sometimes successfully and sometimes not, and everyone is a hypocrite in some regard or another whether or not they have an external set of laws they can be judged as having failed to live up to. The OP is silly and betrays a lack of awareness of the fundamental nature of morality and empathy, as well as the experience of ever being an authentic follower of one of these religions or being close to someone who has.
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