Is it normal to be serious about religion?
I follow 5 religions and 4 pagan beliefs (quasi-religious), and the new religion I replaced from Christian Science is Puritanism, because the will to be drug-free (Christian Science) is ignored, perhaps they'll pay more attention and respect the clothes I wear and my only morals (Puritan morals) that I follow. I'm considering wearing my collar and Pilgrim's hat in the workplace. I don't currently have a job, but, as my dream before the waking suggests, I want to do hard work (paid). And who in their right mind is going to refuse my application on the grounds of my religious clothes, even the weird ones? Religion should be catered to no matter how weird it is, and it should be respected no matter how, ditto. So my 'mission' is the Puritan clothes and to go out in public dressed like that. I saw Puritan clothes on the internet, it's not weird, it's actually a brown long-sleeve shirt. The result of the very idea, even the hat, weirded Fab (the support worker) out and I don't think that's funny, he's afraid to be strange. I don't need authorities like that, I'll be moving out to non-government housing which means I can do whatever I want in that godforsaken facility which I lived in for 6 1/2 years and as weird and strange as I want over there. People should make allowances for my terms to: 1. wear my religious clothes at all times in the workplace, 2. follow only God's rules and the rules of anyone who doesn't contradict or interfere with those rules, and 3. I must pray prior to working. This means my religion should allow for this treatment and people should follow through on it. If the Muslims can wear their ridiculous hats, and the Sikhs can wear their turbans, at work, even in the police force, then I can wear my Puritan clothes and hat in a factory, why shouldn't I! Fab thinks these terms are silly, but isn't anything religious/quasi-religious silly? I won't take no for an answer, I can't even gamble, play cards, dance or do drama in this religion because the 4 are sins. I follow the law, I'm going to be the elect in heaven, therefore it's my right to be treated specially for my religion, is any of this normal?