People like to ask whether you believe in this or that. Especially if you believe in god, or this religion or that religion.
I say to them belief is irrevelant. If you know, you don't have to believe. If you don't know, you can believe. What is there to believe in if you know?
You don't have to believe in electricity because you know. Your belief or disbelief in it does not matter to its existence.
If you know, you don't have to believe in god. If you don't know, you can believe.
With religion, it is a little more complicated. What is it you believe? Is is a book that you believe in? Or what the preachers tell you about it?
Does your belief in a book or what the preachers say about it render what is believed about the book or what the preachers say about it, the truth?
Think about it.
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