Ahso, I don't disagree with your post. It's based on logic and your personal experiences. I think we're more in agreement than not. And yet, I still can't discount people of genuine faith and dismiss them as mentally ill. That's too broad for me.

I fall squarely in the middle of "I don't know.". In fact, I don't know. I wish I did! I hope. I wish. Self-reflection is a part of my nature and a certain low level of spiritually does flicker in there on most days but I've lived my life guided by an inherent sense of what I perceive as right and wrong (personal integrity?) and in the end I hope for the best.