At the end of the day, all religions preach one thing: to be good people. Why is there so much argument on which religion is better? In fact, religion doesn't even make sense when you truly dissect it. We should all be able to go to Heaven as long as we are good people at heart
What I mean by dissecting religion is why we have to avoid things just to be part of a religion. In a lot of religions they say not to use foul language, but just because people cuss does not make them a bad person. In some religions, they say to avert your eyes when you see half-naked people on TV. Since when is appreciating a person's body going to condemn me to hell? I do understand why Christians and Catholics do go to church once a week, and it does make sense why Muslims pray five times a day, but if they didn't would that make them a bad person? I think at the end of the day if our morals are good and we didn't do anything bad like kill someone or steal or something and our good deeds outweigh the bad, then we should be able to Heaven. I would love to hear other people's opinions. Also, I don't want any arguments. Just people politely stating their views and beliefs.