If you don't believe in God, what do you believe in?
And how does your belief system help you through times of hardship?
I believe that I don't know what's up there, and never will. The Bible has some great moral stories in it, and it's filled with wise knowledge, but I don't think they were fully true (some are, but perhaps exaggerated and put in good context).
I believe in GOOD and BAD. No matter how cynically you look at it (i.e. us just being nature's creation, nothing really matters), some things are good, and some things are bad. My motivation is to be good.
I believe in God but i dont believe in religion. Moreover, i believe in "the Creator" rather than God. The creator of my family, myself, people, life, light, earth, sun, universe. I dont think theres anything more to it. He gave you life, and he wants you to be healthy and live it to the fullest. He gave you a home called earth and he wants you to protect it. He gave you family and people and he wants you to love them. He gave you free will and he wants you to make right use of it. Its not much to ask then why is it to hard to give?
i believe in living life right. i believe in others who try to do some good in this world. i believe in the strenght of the human mind and what we can overcome.i find that by just believing in ppl , it gives me a better chance of seeing the good around us. when you believe in yourself and others, you don't waste your time trying to give credit to something that isn't there and it makes you a better person.
by OpinionDuck 7 years ago
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by Claire Evans 6 years ago
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by Dave36 4 years ago
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by JP Carlos 3 years ago
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by Debra Allen 4 years ago
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by Bill Akers 4 years ago
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