I don't follow a specific doctrine. I have found valuable spiritual guidance in many different teachings. In a nutshell, I believe in God as the Father of all of us and that he loves and sees us as his children. Each must form a personal relationship with God, which means that it is both "comfortable" to God and to that person, but may seem "improper" to some of his other children. For example, I believe a person can be very spiritual and a "good child" to him without going to any church service. That's an arrangement between God and his child to work out, not for other children to disapprove or approve. As a good parent, he accepts that there are differences between his children and accepts their differences so long as the child's goal is to be a kind and giving person.
Update: I have gained much inspiration and wisdom from the writings of Rabbis and other information I've read about Judaism. I'm grateful for all I've gained on my spiritual quest and have improved as a person in many ways, but I still have much "growing" to do. Mostly, I worry too much and let things get to me too hard. With God's help, I will improve in those areas and others.