I consider myself more spiritual than religious as I believe in Christianity, Judaism, as well as Shintoism, Zen, and the philosophies of Buddhism. My calling in life is that of teacher and warrior of God. Professionally I teach the Japanese style of Aikijujutsu but have become a spiritual mentor to many misguided souls that either did not believe, lost their faith or knew not what to believe in. In todays age, everyone has their own opinions on faith and what we should believe. It is in my experience that "ignorance is bliss" for the faithful. The less one truly knows about his faith, the more faithful he is apt to remain. This is not always true, but is when it comes to the majority. It is easier for one to respect and except the beliefs of others as their own, when there has not been the opportunity for mistranslation of ones own religious tenets.