Hey, guys! Long story short, I was one of those deeply brainwashed and horrible Christians for my entire life up until a couple years ago. I have spent the last two years as an atheist. I have finally become happy with it. I'm a "proud" atheist, I guess. At least I'm not ashamed. But things were getting rough in my life recently. So, I actually looked into researching the world's main religions, mainly out of the curiosity of whether or not a Godless religion existed. I spent the last month in Buddhism mode. Now that things are getting relatively easier in my life now, I'm not sure if Buddhism is something I should pursue. Buddhism could be helpful for the next time things get hard to deal with or in daily life. I just want some opinions on how reasonable it is. I can't ask anyone about it in real life. I know Buddhism has health benefits, can make you a better person, will not brainwash you, doesn't have a God, believes in reincarnation or rebirth (I actually do too), and is relatively lax (as far as religions go). But then, I've kind of enjoyed sinful nature with no regrets or attempts at changing myself. It's nice to have no structure. But I might be a little too reckless. I dunno. Any opinions on Buddhism?