Eventually, I figured out that spiritual experiences were a completely inaccurate way of determining truth, and so I left my mission.
That's from an economist at George Mason University who describes himself as a "post-Mormon," which is "like someone who gets a divorce, but is still on (somewhat) friendly terms with the ex. You're fairly glad you've had the experience, but you really don't feel like getting back on the same ride again." You can read more here.
Hat tip: Bryan Caplan at EconLog.