• JohnHermes
    8
    I personally drifted from Islam to the esoteric teachings of Sufism, shamanism etc.
  • YusufPonders
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    I was born into a christian family, became atheist in my teens, and finally converted to Islam around 5 years ago. Main reasons were because I found a connection with the Quran, studying the life of the Prophet ﷺ, and also studying philosophy, science, along with a number of life experiences.
  • Ying
    250
    Yeah, multiple times. I went to a protestant school as a kid, and during that time I went on a trip to Hong Kong. Got familiar with Chinese folk religion with a buddhist flavor, and got interested in that for a while. Later on, I tried doing the Hindu thing, but that wasn't for me. Nowadays I'm all about scepticism, as in, postponing judgement about all kinds of issues, including religion. This makes it sound like I just discovered scepticism or something, but I've been doing that for well over a decade now.
  • Pattern-chaser
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    I was born and raised Roman Catholic. As soon as I was old enough to decide such things for myself, I left. After many years of apathetic spirituality, I eventually came to my current position, which I label Gaian Daoism. I'm happy now. :smile:
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