|Disclaimer| I am not against anyone who may or may not disagree with me, this is just my personal opinion, which I have devoted a lot of time and energy to form.
Christianity. Judaism. Islam. All these words give off the denotation of worshipping and faith in a power greater than themselves. Those who identify with a certain religion is usually basing their entire opinion on ancient literature. Called faithful and hopeful of a prosperous after-life, assuming they live a just life according to their creator's vision. Even with no modern day evidence pointing to the existence of life after death or a greater power, quite the opposite actually. Either way people still come to believe in this seemingly "greater good." But this begs the question: is it out of morality and love that attracts people to religion, or is it fear of the unknown? How could anyone know that Jesus really walked this planet and created miracles? Or that god created the earth on the seventh day? All evidence points to the earth being billions of years old, but yet people still believe these ancient scriptures. Fear. The most moving emotion is fear. People will believe anything when they don't know the truth, and the addition of any structure to one's life is truly serene and peaceful. But then the implication of other religions, other groups and opinions. How did they come to be? They can't all be true. Right? Are we, as a species, just scared of the idea of nothing? People have been contemplating existence since the beginning of people, but when was the beginning of people. How can we disagree on something seemingly so fundamental?
Will be posting shortly a more opinionated caption