In being non-religious (a minority belief to begin with), don’t you develop a sense of tolerance for all things religious? It’s just that some of the items on this list didn’t sit too well with me… like yes weddings are long and iconography sometimes hangs on walls in rooms.. Sometimes you might even be brought to someone’s house of worship, but is that so horrible? And if you already have an unpopular belief, wouldn’t you have an answer ready for all the questions anyways? Idk, I just thought that more people who are liberal enough to admit to being non-religious would be liberal enough to tolerate other beliefs with more grace.
Seeing as I am a person who is currently on Guam, I’d just like to let the writers know that we usually divide the island between the North and South. Our humble abode is a bit narrow, so we don’t really do the whole East/West thing. PS, it would be people living under a rock in the South that wouldn’t know… ?☺️❤️??