Spiritually I always seem to be drawn towards pantheism (everything is sacred!) and universalism (everyone is saved! or at least, everyone is going the same place).
It just seems unfathomable to me, knowing what I do of the universe, that there could be any real metaphysical distinction between me and an earthworm, between a saint and a bacteriophage, between a serial murderer and fifty thousand tons of basalt. We’re all made of physical laws and we’re all subject to them, and human ideas of right and wrong don’t extend much beyond the particular human holding them (if even that far). I can’t, in this frame of mind, picture a God who cares much about whether I eat a ham and cheese sandwich.
So I’m left with either atheism or pantheism as ideas that make sense to me; either nothing’s holy or everything is. I lean toward “everything” because of an inability to reconcile subjective consciousness with a purely physical world, and, more honestly, because I think trees are pretty.