Naïvety's Star (lady_noremon) wrote,
Naïvety's Star
lady_noremon

Semi-Humanist?

"Your ideals mostly resemble that of a Humanist. Although you do not have a lot of faith, you are devoted to making this world better, in the short time that you have to live. Humanists do not generally believe in an afterlife, and therefore, are committed to making the world a better place for themselves and future generations." __Religion meme (http://www.quizgalaxy.com/quiz.php?id=47)

I believe in some form of afterlife. I also believe in some supernatural events/beings. Thus I am not fully a Humanist.

I do believe however that we are all connected, some more than others. Our actions always have a effect. We can allmake the world better, not just for ourselves at this moment, but for the future aswell.

We all interact with each other, the other inhabitants of The Universe, and our environment. There is also a reason behind everything we do.

I am also a semi-Shintoist.

I would claim to be a Shintoist, but I feel I would be offending some people if I; a 18 year-old Canadian chick, began proclaiming it as a fact.

Also I have no idea how to actually become one, besides from the mindset...nor do I have any plans of giving-up the freedom I have with my un-assigned religion and life-path/course.

So thus I believe that we are all connected and we make our own futures (as long as we work together with the other individuals). I also believe in auras, and souls, & spirits. I do believe in reasoning too. Thus I am semi-Humanist & Semi-Shintoist.

When it all boils down however I am completely "Sarah" and that is how I like it. I love being me, and having my outlook on life, and my personality. Over the past year I have come to be comfortable with myself, and like who I am as a person in whole.

So yeah that is what I mean ^^; with the title...
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