It is interesting. I strongly believe that I was raised with some very strict morality, yet it had basically nothing to do with religion. Of course, many of the tenets instilled by my dad are claimed by various religions, but he never saw them as such -- merely doing the right thing was enough for him. "Wear tweeds, stay on your belly and don't raise the rifle if you don't have a clear shot" was about as religious as he ever got. If that is somehow related to some kind of religion, then so be it. I, however, feel that was not the case with him. And that is how I feel. I have read (some of) the bible -- the groody bits -- as well as the Talmud, the Qu'ran and various Buddhist, Hindu and other sacred texts. All I got, from all of them, was basically: Don't be an asshole. Strive to be the best person you can be. From earliest childhood I've been "indoctrinated" if that's the word, to not be an asshole (HEY! The Interwebs wasn't invented when I was little! Cut me some slack, here!) Sure, I have failed on occasions too countless to mention. But that is my doctrine, and I don't feel the need for a higher power to emphasize that.
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