What do you think of picking religions of the things you're happy with?
Christianity made wars against magicians of any kind but they have it wrong, the King James Bible specifically says the ones with a familiar spirit or are wizards must be put to death, it didn't go against scrying, hoodoo, sorcery or high magic, so the 4 aren't actually anti-Christian, yet the 4 are based on the things that make me happy (and are quasi-religions). An example of my happiness is Puritanism for the clothes and the fact I'm not gay or effeminate, The True And Living Church Of Jesus Christ Of Saints Of The Last Days for the slimming foods, Christian Science because I hate medicine and doctors, Angelici because I feel blessed to have angels in my life, and Mu'tazila (a Muslim sect) for fear of being attacked by Muslims (more of a way of fitting in with other Muslims), and finally, Happy Science because I like happiness and I still have the ancient wisdom and benefits of Buddhism. All these are the specific things that make me happy, especially possessions or objects I'm happy with. I can't think for a second that any of this is normal, but it's true that having to pay for them the religious founders want your money and their religions are copyright trademarks (made legally by the founders not because ancient prophets predicted them, not to fulfill the prophecy as predicted, but simply to form a new religion). However I know what most of them are going through, they're not enduring pain, but are having fun, they're having the times of their lives and they quit their jobs just to found their own religions. Happy Science is a Japanese religion with one thing in mind: the peace and love found in that book on happiness I'll buy soon written by the founder himself, who has written several books, and I think it's because his religion is in the details. What do you think of any of this?