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Laila from Concord, North CarolinaUnited States

  • I’m Between 33 – 55
  • My religious preference: Between Islam and spirituality
  • Mom’s: Islam

    Dad’s: Islam

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Both mom and dad
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Adam. Because he was the original man, he would have experienced religion it it’s true form.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Greed, dissatisfaction, discontentment. Good parenting, teaching right and wrong.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Yes, we were put here by God (Who may be an extraterrestrial), in a controlled experiment which we have failed.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

No, as long as there is a common purpose to create or promote goodness.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

Possible, but we ought to be motivated to do good for the sake of doing good. A paradise should not be a motivator for life.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

Evolution, through which other gods were invented to control the masses.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

Not sure.

Wyley from Charlotte, North CarolinaUnited States

  • I’m Between 33 – 55
  • My religious preference: Baptist when it works.
  • Mom’s: No religious preference

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Just mom
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: Two Months
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Martin Luther King Jr. To pick his brain on why he would put his life on the line. JFK for the same reason.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

The lack of communication. This could be solved by open minidedness and honesty.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Yes, but not sure what this could be. Sperm meets egg and that’s it.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

It shouldn’t matter. I’m not foolish enough to judge.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

Yes, in order to get there, you have to have a good heart, and only God knows for sure.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

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If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

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Matthew from Harrisburg, North CarolinaUnited States

  • I’m Between 17 – 23
  • My religious preference: Everything (Family was Methodist)
  • Mom’s: Protestant Christianity

    Dad’s: Protestant Christianity

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Both mom and dad
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Genghis Kahn, because I’d like to figure the guy out.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Ignorance and hate. Just be kind to each other. Learn how to get along.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Possible, but not sure. Maybe there’s a God and we are to serve him. Maybe to serve each other and do what we will. Not sure.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

No, as long as there is genuineness and sincerity.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

Hard to get to heaven. Don’t do much evil. No evil friends. Don’t be a bad guy.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

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If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

NA

Yessenia from San Ignacio, Belize

  • I’m Between 17 – 23
  • My religious preference: No religious preference and I am interested in exploring but have not made any decisions yet
  • Mom’s: Catholic Christianity

    Dad’s: Catholic Christianity

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Both mom and dad
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Buddha, because Buddhism does not create any borders between religion and culture.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

The biggest problem is creating division between religions, borders and culture. There has been more death for religion than war itself. Very difficult to say how to solve these problems because people are being brainwashed at such an early age. From generation to generation.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Yes, I do believe that we were put here for a reason. To learn many lessons in life, as well as to learn to love unconditionally, help others along the road and be happy.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

In my opinion it does not matter what someone believes in. But if believing in something makes them a better person in this lifetime then they should go ahead.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

I believe that we do have an afterlife, and in this place we first review and look at our actions and intentions we had on earth. Depending on this one, antoher phase is hosen to keep evolving and growing. We must learn to love unconditionally and to be able to get to a better place in the next life.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

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If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

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Melody from San Ignacio, Belize

  • I’m Between 23 – 33
  • My religious preference: Nazarene
  • Mom’s: Protestant Christianity

    Dad’s: Mormonism

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Both mom and dad
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: Six months
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Honestly, can’t think of anyone. But I do remember long conversations with my grandpa who lived until the age of 98.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Many of our children around the world are not being educated well at home. Everything starts at home. It would help to create more events and activities that are healthy for families and at the same time informative.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Yes, we are here for a purpose which is to live, fear God and to love.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

No, it doesn’t matter to me what someone believes. I’ve had several encounters and conversations with a lot of people from different religions and found each one very interesting. I have just held onto my beliefs I learned growing up.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

We must live a happy and good life, help others, love those around us, pray, and find God before we leave this life.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

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If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

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