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Good to know. Yes, I'm an Atheist, but I love Buddhism, and also consider myself spiritually connected to Buddhism. I realize now that even when I was calling myself a Christian in my younger years I always felt a need to express myself in ways that closely resemble what is taught in Buddhism, I just didn't know it because I'd never studied it. The Christian explanations for life and all experiences never made sense to me even as a child but i understand why that is now thanks to Buddhism.

Good to know. Yes, I'm an Atheist, but I love Buddhism, and also consider myself spiritually connected to Buddhism. I realize now that even when I was calling myself a Christian in my younger years I always felt a need to express myself in ways that closely resemble what is taught in Buddhism, I just didn't know it because I'd never studied it. The Christian explanations for life and all experiences never made sense to me even as a child but i understand why that is now thanks to Buddhism.

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