A Good Belief System

should have sticky elements.

I’m not into denigrating people for their beliefs. I may not agree with their chosen philosophies, but I have to respect them as one human to another. I see a belief system as a person’s connection to others and the world around them. Differing concepts of the afterlife and the existence or not of a God mean nothing when it comes to my acceptance of the person in front of me. The connection is what most impresses me. A good belief system needs to have glue in it to bind the believers to the rest of humanity, with no reserves.

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wishing i could have all those years back. I spent thirty-five years of my life as a devout Mormon. I followed the doctrines and did all within my power to live up to the expectations of those I respe