Is it normal to think you're right?
I never asked over this in my life but if one is spiritual not religious they think, know they're right.
Wisdom depends on this, it doesn't depend on these organised religions, it's foolish to follow a religion blindly and get it wrong and not know how wrong you are.
I chose Buddhism not for its way of life but to help me relax. And the world should be Buddhist, specifically in politics, there should be a separation of religion and politics but Buddhism isn't a religion and should be in politics.
The idea in my ideology is Buddhist extremism, that's the only religious if not religion ideology that's the correct one.
Religious means of an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity, which implies it derives from religion, that doesn't make it a religion, unless it was religious faith or observance which Buddhism isn't.
However the only thing that makes it a religion is the Dalai Lama is a monk, that's it. It's otherwise not a religion.
However in being gentle in compassion, not selfishness, the Noble truths, no covetousness, no harmful intent, no alcohol, no mind-altering drugs, and so forth, this is an honest way of living, man should live like that.
So in thinking I'm right is it normal?