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Your ideals mostly resemble those of the Buddhist faith. Spirituality is the most important thing in your life. You strive to live by all of your ideals, and live a very intellectually focused life.
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You think you know a soul, and you turn out to be Buddhist. Then I start to read about Buddhism – okay, I know little on the subject, and since the Internet is – cough – the best source to obtain reliable information, I am sure this is true as well. Okay, take this with a grain of salt – sort of like me saying Air Force officers are wimps (and each one of them can kick my ass). Instead of Ten Commandments (the real deal-breakers in most Christian religions), they have five precepts:
1. Kill no living thing.
2. Do not steal.
3. Do not commit adultery.
4. Tell no lies.
5. Do not drink intoxicants or take drugs.
Before I read them, I thought "5 rules are easier to follow than 10." Of course, the biggie I broke is still on there (drat, can't catch a break). Then I looked at the first one – ouch. Kill no living thing. Then I look at the list. Crap, I may have broken all five rules at once.
Consider one afternoon:
I took a long lunch at a salesman's house. No rules broken so far. Then we ended up having sloppy sex (rule 3 broken). I told him he had the most delicious cum I have ever tasted (rule 4 broken). We may have had wine (rule 5 broken). There was spermicidal lubricant on the condom (millions of living sperm were killed, no doubt – the ones that did not make their way into my tum-tum; heck, they were killed as well, rule 1 broken). And afterwards, when I was cleaning up, I probably sprayed a sprits of his wife's perfume on my neck (rule 2 broken).
Holy crap, I would be a rotten Buddhist.