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I’m statistically a Muslim, but I believe in a less naïve version of god

I’m statistically a Muslim, but I believe in a less naïve version of god

<This week’s participant requested to remain anonymous. When I asked them what picture they would like to accompany their story, the answer was: ‘The Hagia Sophia. It should be a church again’> I believe in a less naïve version of god. It could be a Cartesian view, it could be a Kantian view. A CartesianRead more about I’m statistically a Muslim, but I believe in a less naïve version of god[…]

The only time I ever do something that really challenges my beliefs is when I challenge my own secularity.

The only time I ever do something that really challenges my beliefs is when I challenge my own secularity.

I believe there is a universal, supreme force. In terms of Christianity, it’s what you might call more than the seventh heaven. In Hinduism we have this concept. Krishna says: “I am the Lord, I am him but beyond Him”. That “but beyond” is what I believe in: something beyond the world, universe, galaxies, allRead more about The only time I ever do something that really challenges my beliefs is when I challenge my own secularity.[…]

I believe that whatever you do in this life, you’ll get it back in this life and you can’t get away from that.

I believe that whatever you do in this life, you’ll get it back in this life and you can’t get away from that.

I believe in God. Some people call it nature or creation. I believe that whatever you do in this life, you’ll get it back in this life and you can’t get away from that. You can’t hide. Your conscience is always going to remind you. No matter what you do in this life, 100% ofRead more about I believe that whatever you do in this life, you’ll get it back in this life and you can’t get away from that.[…]