What if all you think you believe is wrong? Look at the damage you would have done, you well be lost, your family, friends, associates, all people that you have communicated with. And what so fearful is you done care.
If I am wrong people will only have a better life, little stress, joy and happiness, peace, love for one another. think on these things.
Whether I am right or wrong, no one will come to harm because I have not spent time harassing or insulting them just for having different beliefs from my own.
I personally don't feel that it matters much what one chooses to believe as far as God and religion goes. If God exists and if God wants us to know or do certain things, then wouldn't he/she/it make those things obvious to us?
Maybe the lack of miracles, smiting or thunderous voices from the sky is an indication that we're supposed to concentrate on ourselves and our world. Solving some of our environmental and social problems might please God more than our rituals do.
My thoughts, respectfully.
This particular "what if" scenario isn't worth wasting energy to consider.
I treasure the experience I have with my family, friends and associate as it is. I've learned lots from many of them. I value them everyday of life, because I carry what I learned and experienced from being interactive with them. I never lose anything and will always have it, until I fade away.
The word you're looking for and continually misspell is don't. And, for you to say that I don't care is to not know me as a person.
The fact that people live without a god and live happy joyous lives, with peace and love(for self) for others, simply proves no god is required.
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