No, I realize that religion is a form of belief, but I am also questioning belief at all.
A simple inquiry. Why have belief?
It is certainly our "habit" to believe and I suppose that after awhile, habit becomes nature.
So what do you believe?
I'm not sure that I believe in anything, although I can't be sure. Beliefs come and go and for me, they are not static things. But what has remained consistent for quite a few years now, is the constant questioning of beliefs, including the belief that we must have beliefs.
Beliefs crowd out the mystery, the not-knowing. Nobody really knows although some science, especially quantum physics, seems to be grasping it. But even quantum scientists are awed at the inexplicability of what they are coming up with.
The best we can do, as story tellers and story makers, is to tell stories. This is what mythology does and it is why Joseph Campbell really hit it when he said,
"Every religion is true one way or another. It is true when understood metaphorically. But when it gets stuck in its own metaphors, interpreting them as facts, then you are in trouble".
"God is a metaphor for that which transcends all levels of intellectual thought. It's as simple as that".