The existence of God is very personal.
"Also: I still participate in Lent. I think it's a great practice to focus on gratitude, humility, and self-discipline. These things help me be happy, and help me continue to try to be a good citizen in the world."
-Reddit user latenightcake
Love is not exclusive to the religious.
-Reddit user LongDistRider
The satisfaction gained from making a positive difference.
-Reddit user poopcornkernels
People have different ways of being spiritual.
"They always made it clear to me that people have different ways of being spiritual and understanding the world, and it's important to respect that. I went to the mosque regularly, but when friends or cousins invited me to their churches, my parents always let me attend. We celebrated the basic Christian holidays without the religious context (Easter meant candy baskets and a nice dinner, not church), as well as Ramadan and Eid. They left it entirely up to me to decide when and if I wanted to wear a hijab, and made sure I understood what the Quran says about modesty, and that standard coverings are just one way to interpret that.
"It worked out well for me. I understand and respect different faiths, and feel lucky that I was able to engage with more than one at a young age."
-Reddit user honeyfields
I could love the story of Jesus, the human.
'There are many religions. You may want to choose one someday. A lot of people in this country believe in a man called Jesus. Some people say he performed miracles, some even say he could float in the air. Whatever you want to say about him, there is one thing we can be almost sure of... As sure as we can be that a man called Hitler once existed, we also have evidence that a man called Jesus existed. And we do know that Jesus spoke out in the name of peace, love, and good will. And he was killed for that.'
"I am so grateful for this opportunity to make up my own mind/spirit. Also grateful I could love the story of Jesus, the human, without being made insane for it. I really took on his story, not the magical gibberish, but the rhyme and reason. Do good, despite the cost."
-Reddit user cycle_of_fists
People can be more than their faith.
-Reddit user GhostOnAComputer