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People pray to gods because sometimes we need to talk to someone and often no one wants to listen to us, and talking to yourself is considered odd.
People ask the gods for forgiveness because it's so much harder to forgive ourselves for failing to live up to our own expectations, and truly forgiving others isn't much easier.
People ask the gods for guidance because we mistrust our own intelligence and don't think to highly of other people's advice, either. We know we can't see "the
If we must believe in gods, as some insist we must, then I choose to believe in a god from Norse legend that encompasses qualities I can appreciate.
Odin (or, depending upon the dialect Woden or Wotan) was the Father of all the Gods and men. Odhinn is pictured either wearing a winged helm or a floppy hat, and a blue-grey cloak. He can travel to any realm within the 9 Nordic worlds. His two ravens, Huginn and Munin (Thought and Memory) fly over the world daily and return to tell