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While our family actually works well together, my husband and I never sat down and had a formal conversation about how we’re raising our 8-year-old daughter Tori when it comes to religion. I’d love Tori to receive that same sense of comfort too although I don’t believe in forcing her to believe.
I know you’ve found it easier to not believe, which as you know somewhat confounds me.
" data-reactid="26"Me: Personally, I feel great comfort in the idea of God, a sense of not being alone in the fight of daily living, even when I’m angry at God.I got a cold later that week and missed my Halloween parade at school and she said that was my punishment for questioning God’s existence.After I got done being scared, I asked myself what kind of God would do that to a little kid." data-reactid="34"Charlie: My first real taste of death came when my cousin died at 15 due to a heart defect after a surgery.After I got done being scared, I asked myself what kind of God would do that to a little kid.ON THE ONE RELIGIOUS THING WE AGREE ON: Me: One thing we agree on for sure is not raising our daughter with the idea that God will punish her for misdeeds.
Should she find comfort in dogmatic faith, so be it.