It is possible to live without believing in something, but many “testimonials” say that Belief is the reason behind motivation in life and the engine that keeps pushing us forward so we don’t fall out of the path. We are the ones who build our Faith and we can destroy it at any moment.
I agree with the saying that Faith shouldn’t be necessarily in God or a religious institution, Faith could be in anything that makes us stronger or anything that makes us feel that we have purpose in our life. But I don’t support the idea that all the Faith power should be invested in one entity, or else we become blinded by that faith, creating nonexistent schemes for the deity we choose to idolize, and approving of all its variants without questioning their reliability – which is almost always the case. It is preferable, in my opinion, to be more flexible in the way we approach Faith, allowing ourselves to enlarge the spectrum of our belief, by creating sanctuaries for different idols we wish to worship simultaneously, and thus, as the number of our inspirational forces multiplies, the Faith-driven force inside of us increases and flourishes into the best result of us that we can be, joining as many divine energies as possible in one spiritual gateway at once. The outcome of such a great work cannot be less than a transcendental connection field between the worldly and the beyond.