There is a reason why I compared spirituality to an itch in my previous post. Some people have it in varying degrees of intensity.
While some simply don't have it at all.
Those who do have the itch go about constantly, nay feverishly, searching and growing. And anyone can have that itch, including the most intelligent, rational, logical people.
To those who don't have that itch (and you might be one of them), it would not do to lie to themselves and feign interest in spiritual matters.
Perhaps one day the itch might come suddenly (like it did to Pascal), perhaps not. Either way, you do what is best for your situation, and if you just don't have the itch, then the most reasonable thing is to be an atheist and don't attempt to scratch. Anything less will be futile and untrue to yourself. But at the same time please don't look down on those who seek relief for their itch. (speaking to atheists in general, not to you Bluesprout)