I'm interested in the personal angle of how Atheism came about for us.
In my case it has been a lifelong flirtation with religions, followed by a final acceptance that Atheism is not just possible, it is most likely (very likely) to be a true response to the universe we inhabit. I find myself, along with my fave philosopher, Albert Camus, realising that we just have what is in front of us until we don't.
From this, comes the interesting project of finding value and happiness in such an emotional state. It feels, to me, honest and quite brave. As an old acquaintance once said to me, "An atheist is a person without an invisible means of support."
How was it for you?
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