Are you saying that your unprovable, supernatural belief system is true while all other unprovable, supernatural belief systems are false? That doesn't seem particularly fair. It also reeks of spiritual intolerance.
Hmmm, I don't think I know you, how is it you think you know me, and know me well enough to give an insult? Childish lashing out?
If you are asking what I believe, it is this. God created us for no other reason than His love for us. His desire is our love in return. He endowed his creation (us) with reason, freedom, and a desire to know Him. All religious, or spiritual practices, exist only because God has created us in the way that He has. I certainly don't hold any belief that God has messed up.
At the heart of the Christian claim is Jesus Christ, who is in His Person, Truth revealed. Christ died for all, not just me, not just Catholics.
Scripture reveals to us the will of God, which is really quite simple, His desire for us to be His. "I will be your God and you will be My people."
I have studied some of the Sutras of a Hindu Yogi, and had in my mind at one time thoughts of conversion to Hindusim. For myself, I could never get past the belief that the divine is inside myself, and the numerous gods of Hindusim weren't something I could believe.
All are on a journey in their own life. Each is finding their way. All belong to God, there isn't one person who does not. I leave judging the person to God. Only He knows their hearts.
But neither am I a person with syncretic beliefs, and I am not a relativist. One who believes the wishy washy notion that everything is truth, thereby declaring a belief that nothing is false. Such a view to me is not even rational.
Because it is God who has put into our hearts a desire for Him, all who seek Him are seeking Truth. Most, if not all, have it in some measure or form. It is not intolerance to say, the fullness of Truth is found in a Person, Jesus Christ. It is a statement that comes from the Reality of that Person.