Though my work has me spending a whole lot of time in the arena of religion, I'm not churchy, at least not today's kind of churchy. In my youth I was in a very active Episcopal congregation in a fine old Gothic Revival church building, so you could say that's where my moral underpinnings were formed. The sacraments and offices were from The Book of Common Prayer, a towering masterpiece. All gone, replaced by pablum and a lot of pandering to dumbed down sensibilities instead of challenges to aspire.
You: Well. Do you have a good sense of who you are? Do you have your own interests? Do you have a point of view? Do you like to listen and actually hear what the other person has to bring to the conversation? Do you like yourself, take pride in yourself? Do you look forward to what you are going to do? Have a positive attitude even if you've hit a rough patch? Can you be satisfied just hanging around? Do you cuss and drink artistically, with verve and elan?