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On The Life Of An Ordinary Teenager

Why is there always something wrong with doing what you love and being who you are. Based on living facts, i've always wanted to grow up. There's just something about driving a car and paying bills that i just can't wait to do. But life also goes by so incredibly fast sometimes and we don't even see it. Being in love and getting married is also a big part of it that makes me happy. Me and my fellow husband being able to talk about sex, wine and steak, is a beautiful thing.

There are days when i just want to change my whole entire life and flip it upside down. Get a new hair color or get a tattoo. The ink circulating in your body isn't what you should think about when you go get a tattoo. I feel like the only tattoos you should get are the ones that are symbolic and have an important meaning to you and only you. A quote, a drawing or even one single word.

The changes that we want to make are based on us being sick of seeing the same things we see everyday and it means our eyes just get tired. They get exhausted from seeing the same house and the same boring routine.

Life can be something more. I want to be loved and cherished from others. I don't want to be popular or skinny like a feather... i just want to be me. Changes are good. They're good for the only reasons of happiness. Finn was a new change. He was a good change. He was the type of change i was looking for all this time. In certain times, i see myself in the future. That ladies and gentlemen, is called visualization. Visualizing what you want is the key to success. And as i always say, perfection is the key. But if you don't have the key, you can't enter the door.

And that door, is the biggest change of all.

Atheism as a Raft for Crossing

On XXploring the humanist shore

Good afternoon, gentle readers. I'm an atheist. I've been an atheist off and on (more about that later) for most of my life. For 45 years at least. And yet lately I find myself asking, what does it mean to be an atheist? That is what the XXploring blog sets out to consider.

This blog got its start last Sunday, though it took me a few days to figure out that a blog was the thing I needed to do. Sundays, you see, I sit in on a Philosophy for Atheists class run by Dan Fincke. I highly recommend his philosophy classes by the way, and you don't need to be an atheist to attend one!

The topic of last Sunday's class was "the problem of evil". I'm not sure what I was expecting -- maybe something rather like Terry Eagleton's book On Evil.

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