edit: to kiki,
no, not you. lot's of other people do. I did a little. not where I didn't go, but where I was trying to figure out how religion fit into my life. I think it's an important part for me now, but there was a time where I thought it wasn't as important. There's lots of people that never 'stray.' but in my experience, I've seen people leave, & then come back.
i look back & it's like the footprints story for me.
I always thought buddism was more a belief system than a religion after a Buddhist explained it to me.
hence, making it a crutch.
ha! a religion tailored to fit your life... how convenient. this is why i think it should be a personal thing and not an organized thing... then everyones religion could just FIT their life perfectly, and we wouldn't have massive churches/synagogues/mosques trying to influence everyone else.
this is funny reading. All the haters. it's interesting to see that people in their 20's & 30's drift away from the church and then drift back later in life. I know a lot of people like this.