sacrifice, wisdom, loss, salvation
Yeah, all things you can get in secular society. Cut out the religion and you will still find these things. For instance;
What you call sacrifice, I call compromise. To live in harmony with others you have to expect to be able to do a little give and take to maintain some decent relations.
What you call wisdom, I call understanding. To allow others to be what they are and not hold them to any less of a standard just because you don't agree with their life style or behavior.
What you call loss, I call reality. We all have loss but some take those opportunities to gain something from that loss. What is a blessing is sometimes a curse and what is a curse is sometimes a blessing. Just because something is bad or you lose, doesn't always end with something bad or a loss.
What you call salvation, I call respect. What more do you need than respect? I don't need any promise for some eternal life. In fact I personally would hate such an existence to live for ever seems like the worst type of hell even if you are surrounded with family, friends and all the things that "made" you happy. They all would lose their appeal after, eh the first thousand years or so. Probably less.
There is not a single thing that religion can give to me that secular reasoning can not provide. Why wait for something in which you have absolutely no idea of weather it is true or not? The only thing you know is this moment, so why look for invisible things to make your life have meaning? Why place so much value onto something which you can not experience first hand?