I guess it's hard to share my beliefs because they're mostly negative rather than affirmative. I reject any religion that claims there is only one god. In general, anything that is filled with too much certainty and exclusivity seems arrogant and wrong. Pascal's wager should include the possibility of offending other gods besides the Hebrew one.
But whatever your beliefs I think there's still a practical side of religion that is perhaps more important. Community building is one, but there is also the dealing with things like joy, pain or wonderment that exceed the temporal. I'm sure everyone has these moments, and it's sad to not have any symbology or container to put them in. Maybe some people are able to share those moments with others without the need for religion, but for people like myself I experience them alone and then they are gone. Maybe it's the same for religious people too, I don't know.