Sunday, November 25, 2012
Although I have no religion and am atheist and a fairly kind anti-theist, I do find I fit neatly under the category of Pantheist. It is a reverence for life, an acceptance in true science and reality, and a desire to protect our earth and its inhabitants. It thinks larger and more globally than most religions which are there to "reward" certain people who believe certain ideas, like an exclusive country club for the purposefully daft. (I said fairly kind, not kind.) My most difficult part of being any "ist" like humanist or Pantheist is treating other religions or philosophies that do not make sense with much tolerance, because I think they are harmful.