Sometimes I wish I didn't know so much about all the reasons god doesn't matter. Just join the masses and agree.
My friend said if he and I ever had a falling out, it would be because of my atheism. Every time it comes up, he always tells me I'm not an atheist, as if it's something impossible to be. It's not that I believe god doesn't exist, I just don't think he matters if he does exist. It's like santa. Santa could exist, he could circle the world at the incredible speed required. But it's improbable, and it doesn't matter if he does, because parents always fill in the gaps that he always seems to miss.
When I became an atheist, I told myself that whenever I get into a religious discussion, my goal wouldn't be to deconvert anyone, but rather to get people to think about their faith, as well as try to take away the stigma atheism has associated with it. But the more I hear from people about it, the more I'm convinced that no matter what I say, people will always think that atheism is an impossible position, a position more impossible than a personal god. They will always be the personification of "Ignorance is bliss"