when a loved one dies

whilst wallowing in that

savage cesspool of religious

belief---whatever batch it

might be---there may very well

be those especial cretins who

see fit to condemn the amount

of time spent by those grieving

(found to be doing so

within the very same cage as

their fellow prisoners of said

cesspool in question) to be

TOO LONG a period of time

&

when it gets pointed out from

the outside by a non-believer in

said stupidity that they are being

maliciously condemned

by the constituents of said

stupidity, the grieving loved ones are

automatically dually condemned---

1) for not believing (or even questioning

the motives thereof) that the fictitious

deity will come to the rescue,

“reincarnating” or bringing said

dead loved one to “a better place” &

2) for being supported in a way

by the humanism found in the

non-believer, who due to the fact

that they understand that said

loved one is NEVER coming back,

nor are they going to ANY PLACE

beyond the decomposition in the

ground or the urn in which their

ashes are placed, are much more apt

to see the need to handle such an

individual with MORE compassion &

not LESS.

 

is it not bad enough that one dies in a

world of things “created” to kill them

by any number of fictitious deities? 

must there be guilt piled on the consciences

of the living who still believe all the

absurdity of religion, by their

co-conspirators? 

 

do you believers in all these fairytales

ever get sick of the relentless beatings?

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