My job as a cashier is soon to expire. Part of my job is to act over-friendly and smile in an life's-just-peachy-I'm-on-happy-pills sort of way. I was checking out this lady and her old mother and was being friendly and chatty. They had already paid and were about to leave and the old mother said something like "Trust God. That's the most important thing isn't it?" I feel like a coward because I said "I suppose." I can't disagree and get into an argument with them because other people are waiting in line. However, I hate the fact that people can make statements like that their whole life and think that everybody's in agreement with them. They've never been seriously challenged or even seriously considered the fact that they might be fundamentally wrong. Many religious people have said "Oh, I've had my doubts." But I really doubt that they've had serious doubts.