I showed you mine a few days ago. Now you show me yours.
Your favorite "religion." Which, because I put quotation marks around the word, could be:
An honest-to-god (or godless) religion; a philosophy of life; a metaphysical system; a spiritual path; or something describable that's along these lines. What I believe is just a touch vague.
If golf, NASCAR, romance novels, raising gerbils, or watching "24" reruns is your religion, that's nice. But I'd just as soon that you didn't extol it in a comment to this post.
Because I'm sincerely – maybe even seriously – interested in finding out what turns on the religion-less when it comes to "religion."
I guess you could call this a quest to learn the best of the worst—given that I've got a pretty dim opinion of most organized attempts to fathom the unfathomable.
The question also could be phrased as, "Which religion sucks the least?" (suck being a derogatory term, for those blog visitors unfamiliar with American English).
As for me, I said:
Taoism is my favorite non-religious religion. I like it for a lot of reasons, not least of which is that it's the only philosophy I know of that comes with a built-in self defense and health promoting exercise system: Tai Chi. When a philosophy can be expressed physically, that shows a pleasing rootedness in reality.
I could have gone on with what I like about Taoism. And if you choose to leave a comment in which you share your favorite, I hope you'll give some reasons for your choice. "Why" is as important as "what," though a book-length comment isn't necessary.
I've been wanting to ask this question of Church of the Churchless visitors for some time. Comments from the regulars leave me with an impression of where they're coming from, but I'd enjoy learning more specifics.
Of course, leaving no comment at all also is an answer in itself. "None" is an entirely acceptable response.