Atheism is my general response to the God question, after becoming aware of it's true definition as a lack of theism, rather than a belief that God or God(s) cannot exist. With this came the acceptance of seperating the logical from the emotional questions. Fatih in God is abundantly seperate from the question of likelihood regarding a deity's existence. The former is an assertion based upon emotive leanings, the latter is completely devoid of emotional considerations when being addressed. Personally, I regard the existence of God unlikely in the extreme, but not impossible. 99.9% recurring certainty of non-existance has become my finalised stance. Regarding questions of spirituality or general beliefs, both are forming and being crushed simultaneously, as they are dependant on social interaction and believing in the honesty and value of others. Generally I believe that the world is beautiful; in a somewhat naturalistic pantheist sense, and I don't hold towards logical, but pessimistic concepts like solipsism, because they are ultimately unfufilling. Most importantly, though, I value respect; it's up there alongside love. The reason is simple - I want to get along with people, and not hurt them, because being hurt feels bad.