Tldfonat Money & Economics
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I have no religion before saying this. I respect religions because my lifestyle demands respect given, then received, and, achieved.
I completely get where you're coming from. I know some people who personally say it because they are members of religions who have a reputation for hating others, so it is an attempt to say "I am this, but not that." If they are doing it for clout or whatever I can see how to would be annoying, kinda like people who start sentences with, "I'm not __, but…" which means most of the time they totally are ___.
but i feel like EVERYONE from every religion says it
I'm a Buddhist and I respect Christian's
I do this. But more as a shield - so if I don't understand a specific concept or get smt wrong, the other side doesn't feel threatened or like I did it on purpose.
It's a way for me to avoid miscomunication. Not to gain interner points.
this is fine if you use it to clear something up but most of the time I see it happen. they use it when anyone brings up religion or hate on a certain religion I feel like they could just say "I'm heartbroken on the discrimination of [insert religion]" or say " it's depressing how some people take it this far because of someone's religion/cultural background"