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Is Religion the Problem?

Updated on July 28, 2016
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Religion is great, I guess. I want to be able to say that it's a much needed component in showing how unique we are as individuals. I'd like to believe that religion will help and save us all, but will it? How unique is it, to suicide bomb innocence, in the name of a god? How can shunning others from society because they don't believe what someone else does, be the answer for us all? How much do we "need" that?

Humans. We spend much of our time criticizing every other human. It doesn't matter what, but at the very core of us all, resides a set of morals that define who we are, what we might do or in some cases, hinder us from "doing" anything. There's a very good chance that these morals, are the offspring off religious belief, tradition, etc. For a moment, can you even picture are world in which we all believed in the same thing? Everyone thinks their religion is the "right" one, but imagine if none of them were.

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