"When the student is ready, the master will come" says the Sufi grafitti on the wall of the world. But what if the master is tired of waiting? I think good manners is very good for the aspirant (which is why I am not one) to the secrets of mysticism.
If you are one... if you are interested to swim the great tide of wisdom cracked open from the shell of religious timidity - then by all means, go for it, sunshine.
And don't worry about religion. It is not that you dislike religion, but you dislike the childish limitations of the concept of religion which is held by the most bigoted and extreme preachers of your faith. This is a universal problem in all faiths, and that is why the antidote prescribed by God is the Universal Balm of Love.
So hurry, pet! Don't waste your time and keep your master waiting, whoever he may be. I am not saying this because I want to rush you. I am saying this because I am impatient to see you in the field of love, away from the hubris and helplessness of man's conceit and vanity in his misconception of religion, love and God.