The more digging I do into any religion the darker it becomes.
But buddhism is the best I can find.
All religions want you to think like them, you can't believe in what you think is right
The essence of Zen is attempting to understand the meaning of life directly, without being misled by logical thought, or language.
Without being misled by LOGICAL thought.
Thats Zen buddhism by the way.
But then in a later sentance
The essence of Zen Buddhism is that all human beings are Buddha, and that all they have to do is to discover that truth for themselves.
Does that not go against the belief from the above quotation?
If I ignore the first sentance I think this is the closest thing I can agree to as far as faith goes.
All beings by nature are Buddhas, as ice by nature is water.
This goes with what you said:
Live like a God, do the ocean proud.