"The important thing is not to stop questioning."
- Albert Einstein
For awhile now I have called myself an atheist. I’m probably more of an agnostic, because I still look for something outside myself and something that could be called a “spirituality” (yet, paradoxically without spirits or other super-natural beings). That being said, I still believe there are no gods, goddesses, divine beings, spirits, ghosts, demons…. There is no way to be absolutely certain, one way or the other, I know, but from my experience (which is no more than most religious believers use to argue their points for those things), the evidence is stacked against their existence. So, on my agnostic scale, I lean more toward atheist than theist (in all its many forms).
Understand, I don't scorn religions, belief systems or faith; and I especially have nothing against believers. I simply seek; I delve into questions on morality, on good and evil (and what those ideas may or may not mean), on whether there is life after death (e.g. eternal life, reincarnation, metempsychosis), and on why very bad things sometimes happen to seemingly very good (or innocent) people.
I seek answers to these questions in science, literature (sacred and profane), art, current and past world events, conversations with friends and family, and in movies. Some questions are unanswerable in our existing state of knowledge and awareness, others are trivial and/or unconvincing. All the same, I still ask the questions.