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The Secret Teller would also like to say: "Everyone thinks I'm religious now and I'm not."

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IllegalSympathy Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Weird, in my school people point and laugh at me for beleiving in God
Hyllia14 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The people that pointed at this poor person, apparently you all believe in God or you most likely would not have pointed, go to Hell. I don't believe in god, and you don't see people laughing at me. You just abuse people because they're different, and it makes you feel better. thats just plain moronic.

It's not like EVERYONE has to believe in God. Not believing and believing are one of the things that give indivisuallity. Insulting a person is like tearing some of that indivisuallity straight out of their souls. Pointing and laughing is like disrespecting your God.
IndigoSkyes Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
It's totally okay to not have a religion! It sucks that the people you know don't think it is, but there are other people out there who definitely do. And your parents love and care about you, so maybe they'll be more accepting. If you're not comfortable telling them, that's okay, too. You'll find people one day who do accept it, and accept you. Good luck. :heart:
Genime Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
There parents look just like mine XD
Heartsaorta Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I feel so connected with this. I finally admitted to my friends and family that I don't believe in God and don't have a religion. The only thing they did was look at me like I had given up on life, which had but that had nothing to do with God. THen they all just laughed about it.
RavynRaver Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Don't feel bad. For the longest time, my mother rejected me because I decided being Wiccan was better for me than being Christian. I don't believe in "God" or anything in the Bible really, though I've read it several times. We cannot help what we feel is right.
cello-squadron Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013  Student Digital Artist
happened to me too. i hate talking about religion.
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UriahJohnson Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013
Good for you!!!!
(Not that you're confused or distressed, but that you're thinking for yourself: something that, in MHOP, few ever try. Most get their thoughts handed down from others, and the ones we remember as geniuses or revolutionary creators were treated poorly by the "society" of their day.)
That is why I love Deviant Art. I don't have much to contribute artwise, but it makes a contribution to my wisdom.
I suggest you begin to read authors that others hate and feel the need to put down. You sound young. I've put 30 years into this and know the things I believe (I'm not going to enumerate them) but I know exactly why I believe them. And don't feel the need to be guilty if you don't confess every thought or doubt to religionists or other conformists. I consider it a kindness to their weakness not to shock or upset them with ideas they won't be able to hear or accept.
If you don't know where to begin, I'd suggest starting with lectures by Alan Watts, played on lots of radio stations and youtube. It's a cross between the love of wisdom and comparative religions. With humor.
emoturtlefrk Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There's not a thing wrong with it.

I was baptized and raised in a semi-religious christian family and i shunned the whole damn thing.
I'm not convinced at all that there's any "invisible all-knowing" man sitting on the clouds -.-
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