I know there are a lot of you out there that have faith and believe, I am not one. There is no way there is a God. I was raised and confirmed Catholic, but I still dont believe. I try to tell myself that there must be for all of these millions of people to believe, but in my head I know it is not possible. There is no way that any God that you could believe in would allow us to hurt so badly. The thing I want to believe in the most is heaven, but lets face it that is not realistic at all. Spirits and even though there is no body your spirit is there. How about the babies that have died but never learned to speak, or children that never really understood life. How does that all work? Then there is the image of being able to see your loved ones again. Dont think so, sorry. I would love for someone to change my mind. I filled out the paperwork for being foster parents and put none under religion. I figure if they deny me because of that, then they are very closed-minded people. I could have lied since DH and I are both confirmed Catholic and Lutheran, but I wanted to be honest, we dont practice any religion. So, if you can show me the light or just yell at me, I understand that too. I am just really struggling and know that if there were a God, we all wouldnt be hurting so badly and dumb crack whores have what we all dream of.
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