I seriously feel sorry for atheists. They miss out on the whole point of religion. It isn't about who's wrong or right, it's about building good virtues, knowing yourself and your limits, and finding a sense of wonder to help you through life. If you're totally sure there is no God, you're nothing but a stubborn fool. You don't really know more about us than anyone else does or ever did, and you're missing out on one of life's greatest journeys just by choice. It's fucking pathetic, really.


Fri, 04/13/2012 - 10:19pm
TrippyD Says:

I couldnt agree more! Think about it its simple logic, Something had to of made this Universe, And something had to of made what made this Universe.

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 10:16pm
JRS91 Says:

Most people dont start out atheist and with those beliefs it usually comes from a bad experience with religion. for example like your parents forcing their kids to do shit that a little kid has no business doing. like singing and going to a sunday school class because all what they are doing is brainwashing the kids to believe in something that they have no grasp of what it is that they are being lead on to believe. then once they get older and they see that the world isnt sin and suffering they realize that they just trying to scare them into being good people. They dont need that to be good people they just have to be raised by parents whose moral standards arent fucked up. I know this from experience.

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 10:31pm

I suppose that's one explanation, but that still doesn't change anything. After all, nobody can force you to believe anything, and bad parents don't last forever. Also, I kind of support the idea that we're all evil. You know, not hardcore evil, but not so great either. We all waste our minds on anger and worry and drug experimentation, just in varying degrees. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Also, you really can't blame parents for being overprotective of their children's morality today. We've really sort of gone to shit recently, and parents aren't perfect either.

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 10:53pm

Thank you. someone else understands. @JRS91

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 11:24pm
jbar2012 Says:
Mon, 04/16/2012 - 10:20pm

We are all judgmental, so what's that supposed to mean anyway.

Sat, 04/14/2012 - 12:38am

There is a way to go about the arguement of whether or not there is a god. Or anything that is right or wrong for that matter. You have to be open minded and logically objective about each and every option. My person belief is that there is some form of divinity out there. Something that creates and affects us. But the open minded part is that I am willing to be wrong. I am not shoving my belief down people's throats telling them that things are "just the way it is" because you can NEVER know for sure. Take up beliefs, but always be open to being wrong about things, and willing to change your beliefs. Being able to accept error in the human mind is a HUGE step in improving and maturing as a person. If you can apply that to different areas of your life your interactions and conversations with people with go much better. You will also find yourself making close minded people look stupid because they have no answer to the possibility of them being wrong. Always be open to being mistaken. You never know.

Mon, 04/16/2012 - 10:23pm

life is more meaningful as an atheist, but the concept of eternal life is thus also meaningless. That's just miserable to me. I'm open to many opinions about religion, but atheism is different.

Sat, 05/05/2012 - 10:47pm

I don't think about living FOREVER. I think about living outside the confines of time. Where time no longer limits the soul. It is only another dimension that we rise above. THAT is quite meaningful to me. I'm also very curious about how true that is. Especially since about the time man has been able to write, he has talked about a life after death.

Sat, 02/16/2013 - 10:29am

Yeah dude I like this and I am a strong believer that you shouldn't have to blatantly put yourself in a group that denies anything relating to 'creator'. I mean I believe in God but I am open minded enough to believe that perhaps it's all just a story as well. Being atheist is like putting a label on yourself that only categorizes you into a box of people who are too stubborn to accept the fact that they could possibly be wrong. Even some Christians/Buddhists/religious people of any kind that I know admit that their religion probably doesn't have everything right anyways. I don't really call myself anything, but my religion is a combination of them all.