In essence we all we have is blind faith, is that enough? for me yes, i like the fact that the good things i do will be credited, andthe bad deeds punished, in essence this make society a better place if we all are held accountable for our actions.
I don't believe all we have is blind faith. There are many weak faithed somewhat superficial muslims but there are believers out there that have very strong conviction.
Allah has said (as mentioned in hadith, words to the effect): Anyone who bears enmity with my friends, I declare war against him. The most valued worship of My bondsmen, seeking My nearness, Is the one I have imposed on him; and My servant continues to draw nigh Me through voluntary deeds, until I love him. And when I love him, I am his ears so that he hears by Me, and his eyes, so that he sees by Me, and his feet so that he walks by Me (not in the literal sense but signifies perpetual Divine guidance and favor). When he raises his hands in supplication I grant his requests, and when he seeks refuge in Me. I protect him.
I do not hesitate in what I intend to do, as I hesitate to take the soul of My faithful servant; he hates death while I hate for any harm to come to him.” Bukhari related this Hadith.
See, when a believer has true sincerity and is mindful of Allah at every waking moment and engages in optional worship, Allah draws him near and gives him firasa (spiritual insight). This believer has strong conviction in Allah and unshakable faith. Far from being blind.
While many other people will require 'proofs' of Allah and the veracity of Islam this spiritually aware believer that is aided by Allah would never waver, even despite there being the world of evidence against Islam's truth.
Have you ever consciously tried to talk to Allah? Properly with full attention and ever even had the desire
to be his friend?
Try being conscious of Allah throughout your day. This is the Islamic message anyway. With most day to day actions there's a Prophetic dua. For example, before eating, before sleeping, before entering the bathroom, before wudhu and many more. Not forgetting the simple 'bismillah'. This is a means of bringing consciousness of Allah into our lives. Unfortunately we tend to make these acts into a routine and the spiritual essence of them becomes lost. It's very easy to fall into this trap. We need to strive to be conscious and sincere whenever we think of Allah.
Get rid of all useless distractions in life and fully turn your attention toward Allah. Have the desire to be one of his favoured servants. Allah will guaranteed inshaAllah strengthen you and give you conviction.
Shouldn't, upon understanding the Islamic message, we all want and desire the blessing of being near to Allah? If we don't have this desire, then there is something wrong with us.