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OK, I must be too much of a literalist/nonartist, but I don't get it. I definitely don't feel alone (T|A helps that a great deal), and I love being a part of this world, society, etc. Is it challenging sometimes? Yep. But I like it that way - and even though it is I truly don't feel like I'm in a box or isolated.
What am I missing?
its not about being alone, its looks to me more like an awakening. realizing theres more to life
You gotta think out of the box!
It 's just a matter of growing up - not just out. Putting behind all of those bible fairy tales, in the 'same box, with Little Red Riding Hood, & Goldilocks & the Three Bears. I began this process at around ten years of age, but didn't formally 'kick it' until I was about nineteen.
The most important thing in our lives is the relationships we have with other people. There isn't really a community for atheists so I agree to an extent. You do lose acceptance when people know you're an atheist, but the fault doesn't lie on us.
Atheism feels like warm apple pie.
I don't know what this means. It looks like a clone sticking his head out of a box. I cannot connect this imagery with anything.
I would say atheism feels like being not guilty, meaning there is no feeling until someone accuses you of something.
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