Why do the religious feel such a need to convert or be heard?
I'm just curious why people can't just live and let live? It seems that the relious have a
fundmental need to convert or make thier views heard. Why is it that they can't just allow
others to believe what they believe. Is it some insecurity? Is it some need to feed the ego?
I believe that is a fixed rquirement in some religions. I have people knocking at my door
(Jehovah"s witness's, LDS etc...) trying to convince me that they have the true answers.
Why can't they be happy just in thier own certain knowledge?
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