Like i try to pray, but lately im just feeling confused about everything. i live in the us. born here and stuff. im in college and I've just started thinking about the world. so much so that im beginning to question religon in general. so im just really confused, becasue i was brought up with islam (the good stuff, no violence of any sort). so are there people like you?
i also dont follow strictly halal like i'd eat stuff from restaurants as long as its not pork... so i guess im sinning there too. Another day in hell.
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My bfs Muslim and pretty much breaks every rule. He doesn't fast, doesn't eat halal (no pork though), smokes weed, drinks, never prays. He doesn't question though, he's like a hard up believer but I don't understand how he has one foot in and one foot out. You either follow your religion or you don't. It's weird though, I've noticed a pattern with Muslims (the westernized ones) where they want to do all the things typical westerners do and almost put their religion on a shelf and think well one day I'll follow my religion closely, but not now. My advice is if you want to live a life free of religion you should do it, and if you want be a devout Muslim you should do that... but pick one lol
Also, I grew up Christian and am no longer a believer myself. I felt there was too much hate associated with organized religion and I'm not a hateful person. I felt like a weight was lifted when I disassociated from religion. I was free to accept people as they are and appreciate true love in all forms. At the end of the day if God is real, I don't believe he would send good people to hell anyways.2
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I would be classified as a christian, because I was born in a christian country (I think it's stupid that a country has an official religion), and was a christian because I was automatically signed into that stupid thing - if your mother is a christian then the country automatically signs her newborn babies into the official country religion; as stupid as that sounds.
But you'll probably find in your Quaran, must like me in the Bible, that there are way too many contradictions and just a lot of stuff that doesn't make sense.
I'm also bewildered that a god, that's supposedly loves us, would send us to hell. And George Carlin feels that way too (or at least did, since he's dead I'm pretty sure he doesn't feel anything now)