Ok, I admit it. I'm becoming more an Apatheist rather than an Atheist. The more I live my life, the more that I realize just how irrelevant the question of whether or not a deity really exists plays a role in my day to day life.
Do I believe that a 'god' exists? Probably not. But then again, answering the question doesn't really play much of a role in my life when you compare it to the mundane things that I still have to do in my life--like work, pay my bills, pay taxes, and spend time with my family.
Does believing in a 'god' win you a prize? No. You still get entitled to shovel the same amount of crap as any other non-theist out there; on the other hand, if you don't believe in a 'god', you still have to work, pay bills, pay your taxes, and if you're lucky, you'll still get to spend some time with your family.
So apart from being able to pat yourself on the back for siding with the scientifically rational people instead of believing in superstition, is there really an immediate tangible benefit for even caring that there is/isn't a god at all?
I'm still an Atheist in many ways, but now I'm starting to realize that Atheism only defines what I don't believe, not what I believe, and perhaps in the end, my Atheism really doesn't have an immediate impact on my own life.