Yes. I feel comfortable because sometimes it provokes conversations about new ideas or beliefs that I am unaware of.
If you are uncomfortable saying it out loud, then how strongly do you really believe what you are saying?
I've been Catholic, I've been Episcopalian, I've belonged to a Christian Fellowship, and so on, all of these 'religions' failed me in one way or another, and now I just believe that there is a higher spiritual being. Call him God, call him Allah, call him Fred, maybe he doesn't even have a name, but there is a higher spiritual being, it's our energy source. Does he care if we are good or bad? Will he stand before us with weights and measures after we die, and tell us how we fared? You got me.
I don't need a congregation to have a personal relationship with my higher being, but I do need conversation to enlighten me, or show me a different point of view.
The body is a vessel for the soul. When the body dies, poof! The soul goes somewhere. It has to. It's energy. The point is, you got to where you are right now because of something somebody said, did, or showed you. If we all stopped talking about it, we will all stop growing spiritually.