I can't understand religion.
In my world - freedom is everything, and you are an identity in the working world.
(that's when I look at the world - which I never do, I'm always in my own world, in my head.)
It seems to be a very different view from a religious person.
I seem to explain religion as a mind game, that once you understand it, there's no way out.
A sort of brain reward system that will keep occupying the believer - some have it so badly that they are blinded by people's true feelings and are blinded by the real world.
Though I do respect religion, as I understand everyone should be entitled to their own opinion.
I also would thank religion for the countless lives it has saved, through helping people out of depression and offering light at the end of the tunnel.
I do think it's sad that people have to join a religion (only some, tryiing not to generalize) to be so helpful.
It's like a society where rules and boundaries are everywhere, and some people just love that?
Some people need to be pushed by god, or their god-believing peer's to perform generously to the people.
Ehh, my ex is religious.
I HAVE to make sure that topic doesn't arise again.