Here's one for you: There are people who take it on faith that there is a god whom they call God, who gets pissed off like that (snaps fingers) and sends people to hell for, like, not honoring their father and mother, whatever "honoring" means, and other slights like "keeping the Sabbath holy." (Now the Sabbath used to be Saturday, but it became Sunday when somebody took it on faith that Sunday would be better, which certainly seems to qualify for not keeping the Sabbath holy, but, whatever, which brings us to this: If you are going to take something on faith, why not let it be "Whatever happens is just what happens, and we deal with it as best we can, doing what seems to be called for in each situation as it arises, and see where it goes"? No God, no Master Plan, no hell, no theology, just seeing what is happening and what needs to be done about it and doing it, situation by situation throughout our life. If you are going to take something on faith, why not that??? The old Taoists did that. They took that on faith, and recommended going with the flow of life's energy (Which they called "Tao") in deciding what needs to be done, and letting that guide us through our life. And, they are still doing it. It has worked for them since before the Buddha. And, speaking of the Buddha, there is someone who advised seeing what we look at (Right seeing) and doing what needs to be done about it (Right doing). Taoism and Buddhism are clear, simple, ways of sizing things up, rising to any occasion, and doing what is called for here/now day-by-day without having to take anything on faith, other than that's all it takes to live well and enjoy what is to be enjoyed about every day.