Do you realize that as you are holding this text in your hand, you are reading an entire book that contains nothing but different combinations of 26 letters? Why do you understand it? Is it even real, or is your mind just telling you what you want to believe? Does believing that it is real, therefore make it real? When thinking of the existence of a Godly or superior being, it is somewhat the same. Our minds tell us it is there; this is something our minds have told us over thousands of years, and that belief has not gone away. There is an argument that even the fact that we can think of a Godly being is proof in itself, since every thought is born in some reality. The dream of flying over the earth is born in the fact that we watch birds and wish for their gift of flight. Now, try to picture a color that does not exist, a color that is no combination of any known colors, or anyone has ever seen. You cannot. All thoughts are born in reality. Even still, the existence of a Godly being is questioned because you cannot touch, feel, see, or hear it- yet can we even prove to ourselves that our decided reality is real? I hope this first paragraph has you thinking, as I hope you continue to do as you read through this. The only thing I ask is that anyone reading this keeps an open mind. Question everything, but be willing to accept it as well. The first part of this writing is about the existence of a God. It takes no stance as far as religion, but opens your mind to the existence of God. The second part of the writing introduces religious concepts of the Abrahamic faiths, though I have tried to keep it open to many interpretations including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Try and think of parts one and two separately, as if they are two separate pieces of writing. It has taken me a several years to compile all of these thoughts, and many still remain questionable to me. Years of research, reading and watching information on religion and atheism, and questioning everything I know. I have felt for a long time that too many ideas in this world go one way or the other stating either “there is no God” or “our God and religion are the right God and religion.” Not that they are all that cut and dry, but very few leave much up to personal interpretation so that someone can follow what their heart and mind are truly telling them is real. It also seems many are unwilling to accept religion as part of their culture because of negative feelings in their personal past, though in many cases it is their own culture and their family's culture that they are giving up. I hope this writing allows that feeling for those that read it, as well as opening the door for new concepts to the reader. With all that being said, please do not dismiss or accept any concept until you have read it all. Perhaps until you have read it several times. Everything written here goes together, and by judging one piece too soon, you may lose another piece without even thinking it through. Therefore, without any more delay, I will begin.