Best summed up in the words of Vivekananda: 'When we have nobody to grope towards, no devil to blame, no personal god to carry our burdens. When we alone are responsible; then we shall rise to our highest and best.'
In addition, I could say, along with Einstein, that 'if there is anything in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it'.
Now, in light of the above, and the below, for that matter, I don't want anybody to think that I am some stubborn, hard-headed or hard-hearted unbeliever, but can honestly say that I would readily convert if given some decisive proof of the existence of supernatural entities (who wouldn't?).
It is simply my view THAT THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE to justify DISBELIEVING in God, gods, or any other form of supernatural entity.