I don't believe there is a God. When born, I was listed as Hindu since birth certificates required that as a permanent marker of my marital, inheritance, and taxation rights in India. I consider myself fairly knowledgeable in the religious traditions I grew up around, much as I have never been an active participant in ritual or attended a place of worship. In general, I tend to prefer the term religion, to avoid both the reification that comes with the notion of "faith" and its restriction to the inner life of the believer, but also because the collective nature…
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