Anything, even Zen Buddhism, sounds good if I read about it. There is some good in everything. For this reason I never try to convince people to become Orthodox Christians on this forum, even if they ask me to (as this thread does). St. Maximos the Confessor said "Theology without praxis is the theology of demons", which echoes what St. James says in his Epistle: "You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons believe—and tremble!" (James 2:19). Orthodox Christianity has to be lived, it can't be only be theorized about. This starts simply then builds up, for example, we can begin by attending Liturgy regularly, keeping the Wednesday and Friday Fasts, and giving alms to the poor. Above all, we need a Community of believers around us, a group who take the practice of their their Faith seriously. These are the people who "smell of incense" as we say in Greek, that is, they are regularly in the Church.
That's excellent. That's what our families have been doing for 1700+ years!