While many of my beliefs are the same as yours, I have to recognize that I have no proof of the non-existence of a god. My view is based on plausibility arguments, but is still faith. Similarly, a theist who says s/he has no proof of the existence of a god but believes in its existence by faith has his/her thinking based on critical thinking and common sense just as much as mine is. And, I feel our differing views are both based more on critical thinking and common sense than are the views of anyone who claims s/he has proof or disproof of the existence of a god. Occam
It is irrational to base ones future on deduction. If a god can exist perhaps, it may be true therefore, I have faith it does.
Common sense tells me; all we can be sure of is that perhaps we are here. My analytical attempt to describe, tells me that perhaps there is something I cannot ever understand.
To be more assertive may become combative.
Edited as marked in red above, because I didn’t recognize your theistic views.