For one thing, being a Jew, and practicing Judaism has absolutely no difference, whatsoever.
People believe that practicing Judaism is eating Matzah on Passover, going to services at Temple, etc. But these people who say this are not all that right. In Judaism, the “practice” of Judaism is in everything that you do in life. As the Torah says in the Ve’ahavta, “You shall love the lord your G-d with all your mind, with all your strength, with all your being. Set these words which I command you this, day upon your heart.teach them faithfully to your childred; speak of them in your home and on your way, when you lie down and when you rise up.” Meaning: everything that you do in life, is involed in Judaism. Everything that you believe, and teach to your children (your own morales) is involved in Judaism. “Be mindful of all My Mitzvot…” To good deeds in life, and be knowledgeable of them, “…so shall you consecrate yourself to your G-d.” Doing good deeds IS Judaism.
So you may no believe in G-d, but He believes in you. And even if you do not believe in Him, from what the Torah says, you are still practicing Judaism.
And i am wondering. Are you people replying to these questions Jewish? or are you just throwing stuff out there, like CmKeller, CkDextHavn? OH, mothh, YOU ARE PRACTICING JUDAISM! You may not know it, but what I said before: you practice Judaism in everything that you do.