I think on an intellectual level I'm with agreement with the Baha'i faith now and this has caused me to think in different ways. I think one of the most important observations of the Baha'i faith is how religion and science corresponds. At first I used to object to this saying it was quite a bold statement. Now either because I've been brain washed or because I have finally come round to seeing the sense to it I've accepted it and think it's fundamentally integral to the religion. Here's an extending conclusion I've been thinking about and another way of saying this, is that materialism and spiritualism correspond so if human beings feel the same material pain, feel the same material emotions, require the same emotional comfort and the same emotional needs. This can only amount to near or the same spiritual outcomes and we are all within the same range. What else I've realised is that the Baha'i faith is in no way a superior religion to any other, it is simply a duty. I don't think being a Baha'i can make you more moral then someone practising conservative Christianity or any other religion. People practise good and bad independently from religion. In this sense I view the Baha'i faith as a duty if ones intellect becomes revealed to it. Also soon I will be ordering this ring That's as far as I can go with the Baha'i faith, I have no intensions of a conversion, its an impossibilty to me.