I read somewhere that a person's religion is whatever he won't joke about.
If you want to know what is truly important to you look at what you "make" time for. Not the stuff that naturally fills your day but the stuff you are willing to lose money, sleep, and a good time for. If you won't sacrifice for it, it's probably not all that important to you. And that's OK, because now you know.
If this is true then I might not have any religion at all even though I consider myself religious in many ways. :)
Huh. I think if you can't joke about your own religion, you're doing it wrong... (says someone who won't sacrifice her Shabbat, damn it! 26 hours, no computers, no electronics, no car, no work)
Mika, I completely agree which is kind of what I meant. I take God very seriously but I don't take my understanding of God very seriously at all. People who can't joke about they religion are people who fight and war over their religion. And those are not nice people. :)
sorry,, I didn't mean to hijack your post. Here's something more in line: I have a motto, believe what people do, not what they say.
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