I was baptized in the Roman Catholic rite, and that can't change, well it would be really difficult lol. Basically I am non-practicing.
I believe in the golden and silver rules.
Pai Chu-yi (772-846) was one of China's greatest poets and a devout Buddhist. Once when he visited a monastery he asked the abbot to tell him the most essential teaching of Buddhism. The abbot then recited the lines from the Dhammapada; "Commit no wrongs, perform good deeds, and let your thoughts be pure. Thus do all Buddhas teach.". This failed to impress the greatest poet of the age, who said "Every child of three summers knows these lines. I want to know the most profound teaching of the Buddha". The abbot replied "Every child of three summers knows these lines, but white-haired men of eighty still fail to put them in practice". Hearing this, the poet bowed low and returned home deep in thought"
- paraphrased from the Platform Sutra - the Zen teaching of Hui-Neng
I agree with the first of these 5 videos, but then it gets weird, well maybe not for UM.