I'm not a religious person in the truest sense of the word; although my husband and I attend church regularly and at some point have been very active in church. But I never ever considered myself relious. My mother is the one who's religious. She dragged me to church every chance she got. I do like going to church, especially when I'm traveling. Not usually to pray (although no matter what type of church it is, even a mosque, I say a little thank you) but to enjoy the architecture. Going to church and socializing with other church members is another thing the pandemic ended temporarily; and I'm going to say I miss it. I miss going to church on Sundays. I miss visiting churches while traveling. You know what's curious though? The place where I felt the the presence of a God in a most intense way, I could not even fully describe it, was in Yosemite. I suppose being in Nature will give you that warm, well-loved feeling. Anyway, here's a random selection of house of worships from previous travels. By the way, I join many of you who cannot wait when we all could pack our bags and go through Immigration again. Hassan II Mosque. Casablanca, Morocco. Mission Santa Barbara. California Church of Holy Apostles. Athens. Gurdwara Sahib (Sikh Temple). San Jose, California. Cathedral la Major. Marseille, France St. Jeronimo's Monastery. Lisbon, Portugal Christ Church Cathedral. Dublin, Ireland Temple of the Church of Latter Day Saints. Salt Lake City, Utah Sagrada Familia. Barcelona, Spain.