Also, what do you represent and what symbols seem to sort of surround you or represent you or do you link to yourselves or find spiritually significant as well? Like an example is someone might say "I try to represent and practice the Baha'i faith, I feel I am knowledgeable on the Baha'i faith and Christianity. I seem to link myself to the image of an Owl and the symbol of a tree because of such and such, the number 7 is important to me and I give it such and such personal significance" But hopefully more extensive than that. You can include things that are non organized or unofficial like if you're something that doesn't quite fit any particular mold but it can help to know what you might feel you are representing most closely or wishing to or which you prefer and also what you feel you have a good grasp of. I may also like to know if any current symbols seem to be heavily influential on your mind or in your studies at this time, for me its the Big Dipper (Ursa Major) and the Pole Star or North Star as well as the Southern Cross. The number 7 and 6+1 are currently very much on my mind and in my thinking. I'd also like to know how or to what degree your religious worldview is or "spiritual level" based on your ideas of the miraculous or magical in daily life and practice, when honestly assessed, is it pretty low level like not really believing in miracles, or on the other extreme level of believing in constant genuine interaction with God, Gods, or Spirits or Magical powers and Miracles or anything like that, even demons or whatever and described exactly since there are likely many individual nuances to your thinking and belief systems. I'd love to know! I was inspired to ask about this because I am curious about everyone visiting this website but also by there being a local Baha'i representative here who is pretty outstanding as that, but I wanted to know what each person is standing for and showcasing mainly. I am representing some sort of ecclectic magico-religious neo-heathen/pagan monotheism thing which I feel can encompass practically everything. Some people might be straight up Theravada Buddhists or mainly just some kind of Christian like Catholic or LDS/Mormon or whatever. Some straightforward mainstream Muslims, Hindus, etc.