|1.||Unitarian Universalism (100%)|
|2.||Liberal Quakers (89%)|
|4.||New Age (85%)|
|5.||Secular Humanism (79%)|
|6.||Theravada Buddhism (78%)|
|7.||Mahayana Buddhism (75%)|
|8.||New Thought (72%)|
|9.||Reform Judaism (70%)|
|10.||Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (68%)|
|15.||Bahá'í Faith (59%)|
It is so interesting to see the variety of what comes up as far as what I 'believe' and how I feel...I think it is very true and almost comical that the UU came out on top though, I never believed in organized religion, I didn't participate and didn't really see it as beneficial aside from people finding comfort in people raised the same way as them. When I went to the WSUU, especially on Mother's Day, which I think was my second week....I cried.
It was the kind of cry, that was like a dream coming true, that I never really believed would come true. I was surrounded by nice, friendly people, who were sympathetic to my negative/agnostic views of church and god, and very respectful when I say that the most I can say I believe in is... Love.
I just wanted to post this because if there's anyone out there like me, who is NOT into religion, but appreciates a loving supportive spiritual environment that isn't afraid to be whoever they are, and will accept others in the same light...there is a place out there for you.