April 2, 2015
I could describe myself as in-between religions, perpetually. I grab on to an exciting element of judaism, hold on to that thought for awhile, but never take it any further. Religion doesn't have a spark for me that could ignite research or dedication or tenacity. I admire those who are able to find strength and guidance in the words of an ancient book. The age of the traditions give the religious belief system value. As if it must be right, it's been going on so many centuries. On the other hand, it's just a belief. Like time. Like love.