"We all relate to certain universal concepts in nature. And for millions and millions of people, the word God has what is called, "a universal" meaning. God means so much to so many people. As a principle, God is the mystical basis on which faith is based upon; as a path, God is a road map for the individual to find peace and fulfillment within their own lives, and as a deity, God is a figurehead that works as both a relative vision of one's own potential and as an instrument for worshipful concentration. For those who believe in God, God is a promise. God is forgiveness and hope. God is love.
But what if a person doesn't believe in God -- like me? I don't believe in God. I'm happy if it makes other people happy, and I absolutely respect the idea of "to each his or her own," but I simply don't believe in God. I capitalize the "G" out of respect because I know many prefer it that way, but outside of that, the word is just a word -- something that means a lot to many, but not much to me. I don't see the belief in God as something needed in my life, most especially because I'm a really happy person. I'm good without God."
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