Though I was raised Roman Catholic, and am teaching my children this same faith, life has brought me to a more universal, less formal way of practicing my own beliefs. I most definitely believe in God, and that we should treat others as we want to be treated, love one another as we love ourselves, and let the one among us who is without sin cast the first stone on a sinner.
I pray every single day. I am profoundly grateful for my many blessings.
I think so much of the world's trouble comes from the over-zealous adherence to one belief system over another. Muslims hate Jews. Catholics argue with Protastants, Baptists can't understand Mormons… and on and on. It seems to me the best thing would be if we could all just learn to live and let live, rather than convert the "infidels" or stomp out viewpoints that don't mesh with our own.
In my view, all beliefs are worthy, all religions have value, and each of us has the right to choose for ourselves what is true and real. We cannot make this choice for another. Nor should we.