The first principle of the "gospel," according to libertarian10, is that "poop happens." And when poop happens, I spread it on my garden of life with joy and appreciation. I love Dyer's statement that "The entire universe is engaged in a conspiracy to make my life better." In the last stages of a divorce, it was hard to see at first; but after affirming that it was for the best, I started to see how it could be.
I believe that "individual freedom" is the most important wish of the gods and objective of the universe.
I, also, believe that family is the most important institution of the universe and of the gods. It has been heart-breaking to see my family break up, but I can still hold to, and will hold to, my children. I will expect you to hold to yours, also.
A large part of my thinking and mental energy is, and will be, consumed on my interest in the above ideas.
The leaders of the church of my fathers have advised us to be 100%ers instead of 80%ers. I've "maxed" out around 10% to 20%, but I follow quite closely what I do believe in. I will not force my religion on you; I would rather listen and learn, ponder and think, about what you believe. My greatest inspirations have not come from religious leaders or great philosophers. They have come from conversations with good friends.
I am analytical, honest, and loving