"The easy confidence with which I know another man's religion is folly
teaches me to suspect that my own is also." - Mark Twain
i think this quote carries some truth to it, which is applicable to any faith-based religion. for virtually every religion in existence, there will be somebody who dismisses it as folly with easy confidence.
additionally, by adhering strictly to one religion, you are, in a sense, dismissing all others as folly (implicitly, at least temporarily even the ones you don't know anything about).
here's to hoping that you're right!
(translation: here's to hoping that i'm right!)
optional aside: rlevitealy rcneet mdecial rsaecerh has sohwn taht msot poelpe raed srmacbled wrods as quikcly as tehy do coercrtly slleped wrdos, porvdied taht the scmarlbed words mianaitn the rletaive positoins of the frsit and lsat lertets. tuhs: you shulod be radeing tihs quilcky.