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What contributes most to your feelings and attitudes about religion At a young age I found I had a great interest in exploring my own as well as others religions I read quite a few books about different religions and went to as many different churches as I could It was in high school that I really began to branch out I earned the nickname da buddha because I always seemed to be reading some book on eastern religions Then in college I took a more personal approach I spent time with a few people with different religious backgrounds exploring what their faith had to offer One man named Sankirtan das I took a special interest in he was a follower of Jagad Guru a student of the Hare Krishna movement in the 60s Then after taking time away to travel and discover myself my interest in religion stopped To be honest the only reason I enrolled in this course was to satisfy a prerequisite I have gone from wanting to be a minister and almost enrolling in a seminary to being very cynical and detached from religion If I was to have to describe my own religion I would say it is either a mix between Christianity Buddhism and Hinduism as well as a few others or it is simply nonexistent I have locked in to the view that no matter how hard I search for truth I will never find it therefore I stopped searching Honestly Im ok with that I believe it was in the book Siddhartha buy Herman Hesse that Siddhartha said a stone is but a stone and I love it for that Now I probably murdered that qoute but what he was saying is dont try to read in to life simply live and love each moment That I guess is my religion I live each moment for that moment and dont worry about God or
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