I am taking my second world religions class in my life, the first being in high school. If you read my post in the thread "LGBT and Religion," you would know that I have profusely studied various faiths, from Asatru to Zoroastrianism. I always felt that I am too inexperienced to choose a faith, and as such have remained agnostic all my life. However, perhaps from my constant review of faiths for my class, it would seem that the winds of change have shifted my mindset. I am feeling gravitated towards a couple faiths and feeling a close bond with one in particular. However, I always consider the fact that, as my wisdom grows from experience, my mindset will change, and so would perhaps my religious views. Be that as it may, I do want the kinship religion offers, and I feel it would be a great way in order to grow. So, the question I pose is this: should I wait longer, or should I delve deeper and switch my mindset on the religions I am interested in from scholarly to inquisitive?