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Könntest du dir vorstellen in einem islamischen Land zu leben?

Princessa2o19’s Profile Photoesri
Nein
Ich bin Atheist und ich darf mich hier deswegen schon genug rechtfertigen. Da möchte ich nicht auch noch von einem Anteil meiner Mitmenschen, auf grund dessen wie konservativ sie eingestellt sind, buchstäblich dafür verachtet werden🤷🏻‍♂️

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Vous croyez au paranormal vous? 👻

ineessshm’s Profile Photoines
Because I've never seen any proof of it, either in person or not.
I spent years wanting it to be true and going on ghost tours and seeing mediums and the like and it really just doesn't exist.any "unexplained phenomenas" are generally explainable. I do belive and have had experience, just no evidence to back it up, most people take my claims as, it was the wind or someone was playing an elaborate joke.
I think it's likely that there are higher orders of power and energy than we are currently aware of. Our scientific knowledge is always expanding, which means that there is always something just beyond our understanding, I think that the glimpses of those unknowns are what we describe as paranormal activity.
Kind of. I've had weird experiences before, but not enough to completely believe in it. Fables meant to scare Victorian Era Children mean nothing to me.
I don’t see any reason why I should. Not really ... extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
No. All evidence available thus far is anecdotal. However, if a paranormal phenomenon were to be found repeatable, recordable, and testable, I would change my view based on evidence. Skepticism is the opposite of faith, but it doesn’t mean skeptics ignore demonstrable evidence of as-yet-unexplained phenomena.
As an atheist I sometimes struggle with this question, but I have to believe in what I’ve seen with my own two eyes, so I definitely think something is fucky. My uncle used to own a hotel called The Calumet, and it was old as hell and just as creepy; I’m talking nothing but stone walls and red carpet. There was a fire there that killed many people, and the hotel was famous for being a hotspot for paranormal activity. I grew up being in that hotel a lot, and I’ve seen people disappear in front of me, lights turn off on request, people running out of the front lobby in the middle of the night in a state of pure panic, etc. Strange thing is that I miss the hell out of that place after not being there for years.
Not sure. I haven't experienced anything myself, but there are so many stories out there and while I'm sure that a lot of those are made up, I would also be sorta surprised if out of those zillions of stories, not a single one of them is true. And only one true story is enough for it to exist.
The second story happened about 2 years ago. At the time I was sharing a room with my sister. I woke up and saw my little sister crying which freaked me out because I've never really seen her cry and the look on her face scared me quite a bit. When I asked her what was wrong all she said was "I believe in ghosts now" I was extremely confused but was convinced she was just overreacting. Later that day I asked her what happened again and she told me that there was a creature in the corner of the room, it started at her then turned to look at me and disappeared.

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could you be friends with someone with very opposite political views?

Yes. My best friend, of 50 years, recently passed away from cancer. We had polar opposite views on politics, religion and life in general. I am a Christian and he was an atheist. I supported Trump and he supported Bernie Sanders and Biden. He believed that America was a terrible country and I disagreed because I am a patriot who loves America.
How did we manage to get along? We focused on those things that we both had in common: Music, Golf, Baseball, conversation, beer and we enjoyed one another's company while agreeing to disagree.

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If opposites attract, why do best friends always share common interests?

Have you ever taken the time to imagine what it would be like to be married to someone with no common interests with you?
Example#1 - you believe in God and want to celebrate Christmas, but your husband is and atheist who rejects God and refuses to celebrate Christmas.
Example#2 - You believe in monogamy but you husband demands that your marriage be polyamorous.
Example#3 - You believe in your right to privacy intimacy but your husband demands that you video tape your sexual encounters and post them on an xxx website.
Example#4 - you enjoy reading and have a masters degree want to earn your phd but your husband who is a high school dropout insists that the college tuition would be better invested in a new camera for your xxx video sessions.
Question: what is the probability that this dysfunctional relationship will fail as a direct result of both partners having nothing in common with each other? I would say 100%
Remember, with magnets, opposites poles attract and like poles oppose. Human beings, ARE NOT magnets and relationships that are genuine and sincere are based upon trust, mutual respect and mutual interests not opposing or conflicting interests.

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Szerinted az emberek miért kezdik el lenézni a másikat, ha esetleg neki más a véleménye egy adott témában? Neked van olyan dolog, melyben úgy érzed, változtathatatlan a véleményed?

DupleXDreemurr’s Profile PhotoDenrøth
Szerintem egyáltalán nem tudatosan, de főleg a társadalom értelmiségi rétegeiben van egy olyan ki nem mondott megegyezés, hogy releváns véleménye csakis egy valamilyen felsőfokú végzettséggel rendelkező, középosztálybeli, progresszív, white atheist malenek lehet.
Én ugyan se vallásos, se konzervatív nem vagyok, de aki az, és frusztrált az említettek miatt, azt teljes mértékben megértem, mert nem állít butaságot.

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Have any of you ever given up hope on finding love? How did things end up for you?

Totally. I'm 48 and have pretty much aged out of desireability despite being not completely unfortunate looking. I'm in great shape, own my own house, have had a great job and a retirement fund for the past 15 years. I'm smart, hardworking, fun, funny, confirmed atheist, and have no interest in children. You'd think I'd be a good catch. But it seems like the single/available men my age +- 5-10 years are either really screwed up or are just playing like dogs.
I think for right now it's impossible for me because I'm not really putting any effort in, nor do I have a desire to. I've been working on myself a lot lately, and as I dedicate more time to my own wants and needs, I'm finding myself less interested in finding anyone else because I'm perfectly capable of doing these things on my own. It's quite liberating, actually.
I don't know.... I am happy for the most part. Being single is all I know. I freak out a lot though when I meet someone that I connect with instantly and they feel it too. It's really awkward for me because I can't imagine them accepting all of me (like the really ugly parts). So that part sucks because sometimes I end up offending/hurting someone that I actually give a shit about (who is way outta my league anyway) because I've got these issues. I just tell myself it never would have worked for this and other reasons anyway. But yeah I am happy for the most part when I'm not thinking about that or when I don't come across people like that.
I wouldn’t say I’ve given up hope of finding love- but I know myself and I know that long term relationships and commitments are not a happy place for me. So instead I live in the moment. I have a bf right now and things are super lovely with him but I don’t think any further ahead with him than a few months. Because I know myself.
I went through a breakup not too long ago so it contributes to my feelings. I've had long-term relationships all my life but this is the first time I've felt a relationship hurt my self-esteem so bad that I'm afraid I won't be able to get it back. I am trying to work on myself and be happy (without a relationship) again. Some days feel better than others but I still can't help but wonder if it's just me, especially as I become closer to 30 and all my friends are settling down and starting their families.
I was literally doing the opposite. I had broken up with my girlfriend that fucking day. I just wanted to be single for a while, I was young and had been dating people constantly for the last 8 years of my life. I wanted to try being single and concentrating on myself. I had walked to the corner store to buy a pack and then walked to the beach to catch a ferry back downtown. I was standing over the water looking at the city when she, now my fiancée, walked into my life and it all went from that night.

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What’s your religion? Please do not comment on the answer if they are against your religious views. This is just for fun

mtaubs_fitness’s Profile PhotoMichael Taub
Grew up Christian, or so I thought. In retrospect, I realize it was too extreme. I was conditioned very poorly and experienced abuse and neglect that haunts me to this day. So I escaped, for lack of a better phrase. As of now, I do not identify as religious. Not atheist either, just not practicing anything.

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Need to ask! Is a lifelong friendship realistic?

"Beautiful Memories" by Nico
Yes it is possible to develop a lifelong friendship. My longest friendship was with Matt Bokulic. We met in high school and in the 1970's we attended Berklee College of Music together. We also performed many times together over the years in various bands, orchestras and ensembles. And in 2010, I moved from New Hampshire to Safety Harbor so that we could spend time together, play music, hang out and laugh. Our friendship was unique because we had opposite beliefs concerning religion and politics where I am conservative and believe in God, Matt was a Cultural Marxist and atheist, but we both loved listening to and playing the same style of music called Jazz. You might say that we were the odd couple. lol
The thing I enjoyed most about Matthew was his passion for music, his brutal honesty (direct and in your face) and the fact that he had a great sense of humor. In fact, once we were having a coffee at Starbucks and he told me a joke that caused us to both laugh uncontrollably and within minutes, not only were we the center of attention, but everyone in Starbuck began laughing just because we were laughing so hard. Can you imagine such consequential nonsense?
Matthew died on February 21, 2021 from cancer. His death completely destroyed me. So... the good news with a life long friendship is that you experience the most intense love imaginable. But.... the downside is when your lifelong friend dies, it is very difficult to find reasons to continue with your own life because you know deep within your heart and soul, that your friend can never be replaced and all you have left are beautiful memories.

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Need to ask Is a lifelong friendship realistic

Do you have a tendency to leave parties and social gatherings early and unannounced?

Buffyfan’s Profile PhotoAlex
I never attend parties, I'm pretty much a recluse, I am a homely person, I'm not big on parties, as they tend to annoy the hell out of me. I tend to run away from people like the plague, parties with big crowds tends to make me feel me uneasy. As an introvert it is likely that you have relatively small social circle. It took me a while to realize that I was an introvert (I just assumed that I was a little awkward). It is difficult for some folks to understand introversion and ignorance of this personality type can lead to misunderstandings or feelings of being slighted by your friends. I have explained to my friends that I am an introvert and that I have a limited amount of time where I am happy being social. Therefore, one hour of social time for me feels like 7 hours. People soon understand. If it helps, one way that I deal with introversion in social situations such as business events or social gatherings is to create an alter ego of myself that I then act out. The alter ego is what I perceive a more extroverted version of myself would be. I find this makes my life easier as I am acting rather than being 100% me. This may sound a little odd but it does help get over some social awkwardness (however, I still want to get out of there relatively sharpish but I don’t feel that I have given too much of myself away to strangers).
I always feel drained and sometimes I am on the verge of crying when I leave social events. it's so weird. I guess i feel bad for myself for being an introvert and not being able to enjoy social situations. My favorite one ever was my roommate had a bunch of people come over. I had no interest in meeting them (I'm an atheist and he's a jesus freak with jesus freak friends, the night usually ends with someone pissed off if I join the party. Mostly because when I feel unaccepted I turn the uncomfortablity around and make them hate being there) but I had to do laundry at the laundromat, meaning I had to pass them to leave. I had a first floor apartment so I said fuck it, climbed out my window with my clothes, texted him to lock my window and now it's a great story to laugh at years to come. I just couldn't bring myself to bluntly say "I'm leaving just because I want to", because then it makes them feel bad, or they think I'm a jerk because I didn't have fun. I just feel miserable when I make people feel negatively. Usually, I arrive early, and then use the excuse "I'm tired, going to head home and rest a little bit", that usually works for me. I have a tendency to avoid them to begin with as I tend to just shut myself from the world in my bubble. To shut myself off from the world and never be seen by human eyes again. I'm trying to drag myself away, but the people I'm in conflict with are too infuriating to ignore. I also enjoy playing football, meeting up with friends and breeding large snakes. If I feel in need of some peace and relaxation, I like spending time at home and in the garden, or I head off on holiday.

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About 7 deadly sins: I can’t be more agreement with u, he asked me if I believe in 7 deadly sins as a “theory”, so I tried 2 explain that 4 hem: it’s not theory but belief. A Catholic belief 2 b more ‏accurate.

Blackhole3653’s Profile Photoكَايْروس.
I find that many people who do not believe in God or who reject the notion of intelligent design also reject anything related to religion which includes: The 7 deadly sins, The Bible, The Koran, The 10 commandments, etc. For atheists, everything is relative to either their "feelings" or to their fake pseudo-science. For example, most atheists I know are proponents of abortion and believe that abortion is acceptable. They attempt to use pseudo-science to prove that the "human fetus" is NOT human when, in fact, the child's DNA proves that it is human. And this is just one example of what I consider to be the atheists unjustifiable and irrational justification for murder.
Another example is the atheists insistence that God does not exist, right? And when you ask an atheist to prove that God does not exist they either state the "Big Bang" theory as though it was fact and they actually witnessed it, or they become obnoxious and declare: "God, if you really exist, turn this temple into gold or raise my mother from the dead."
Yes, I am taking literary license with my choice of thoughts and words here, but my meaning and intent is clear. Any person of faith who has every attempted to communicate with an atheist or (heaven forbid) tried to convert them, would achieve better results talking to a rock.
The attached quote tells you everything you need to know about atheists and their so called belief in "absolute knowledge" and the complete rejection of faith. Perhaps this explains why so many atheists who I personally know, suffer from depression and anxiety.

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About 7 deadly sins I cant be more agreement with u he asked me if I believe in

I'm not arguing with you to tell you that I'm an atheist or other religions, I believe in a creator and that's enough for you to know + it's a vile street fashion >>>

noowner0992’s Profile Photono owner
I agree with you in your agreement with me that it is a horrible fashion 🙂.. this is what is actually happening, or it is a deliberate approach .
And its ok, i am not argue with you either about your faith , but if one day you would like to discuss my religious matters I will be glad to do so. 👍🏼

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Yes, I know Arabic, but I will speak in my mother tongue. I know an atheist and I know a Muslim, but those who apostatized after their religion not because of lack of faith or the like.. It is the fashion of the second choice haha

noowner0992’s Profile Photono owner
طااايب .. No problem .
نستعين بترجمة غوغل و حاولت تفهم عاد 🙄 .
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Regardless of the apostasy, the subject and the creed revolve around atheism and proving the absence of any religion.. and not just proving that Islam is a wrong religion .
Are you an atheist ?

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Wenn der Pakt die stärkste Waffe des Teufels ist, was ist dann die stärkste Waffe seines Gegenspielers

irgendjemand29’s Profile PhotoDragon Warrior
also der gegenspieler ist aber schon gott oder? oder ist damit jetzt der vertragspartner gemeint?
bei gott würde ich sagen, seine stärkste waffe ist das vertrauen/glauben. bei einem vertrag möchte man sich absichern, man hält schriftlich oder wörtlich fest, was getan werden soll und so und man ist an diesen vertrag gebunden. für gott braucht man nur vertrauen oder glauben und das tolle, wenn man nicht mehr mag oder ihn verliert, is das nicht weiter schlimm für gott, weil er weiß, dass wir wieder zurück finden, nur der teufel bestraft uns angeblich, wenn wir den vertrag verletzen (jetzt hör ich mich fast wie ein gläubiger christ an, obwohl ich eigentlich atheist bin, allerhöchstens noch agnostischer buddhist)
wenn mit gegenspieler der vertragspartner gemeint ist, weil für den teufel ja alles nur ein spiel ist, dann würde ich sagen die intelligenz. wenn man geschichten gehört hat, wie menschen den teufel oder den tod ausgetrickst haben, dann meist mit raffinesse und einfallsreichtum. in harry potter mit den heiligtümern des todes is es der unsichtbare mantel, ich weiß gar nicht mehr was es bei sisyphos war und es gab glaub auch noch paar mehr.

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Why has everyone started to suffer from mental health illnesses? What do you think is a practical solution to stop it and help people?

Ahmednorthowed’s Profile PhotoAhmed Mac
accept humans as they are.
a sensitive guy, a strog lady.
let them do anything to everything they want.
simple wedding / fancy wedding, religion, atheist, singer, cook scientist, artist, job/business.
try to save souls not bodies. eliminate fake standards. stop comparing humans! 🙃🥀

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(sent on 8/8/21) what is your opinion on religion?

poetalunam’s Profile Photoleigh ;
Well it does not matter what religion you are you still a human as for me I’m atheist cause Christianity judged me for been emo and been catholic calling me names such as the devil workshipper ect I been called a fag by a Christian cause I have long hair but religious honestly is up to them on what they believe you know ?

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Du bist gerade gestorben. Du hast nie an Gott geglaubt und dich selbst als Atheist identifiziert. Jetzt, wo du tot bist, hast du herausgefunden, dass Gott existiert. Du stehst gerade vor dem Himmelstor und wartest auf den Einlass. Glaubst du, Gott würde die Tür öffnen?

Ich würde mich erstmal mit ihm unterhalten und versuchen seine „Aufgabe“ zu verstehen … alles andere sei ihm überlassen…

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He was a psycho murderer at the end of the day so why does it matter? One more reason why he will be burning in hell

Kinda does considering an atheistic world view of good and bad itself is made up meaninglessness. Ask any atheist how they can differentiate between right and wrong and you'll see the mental gymnastics they use. There are no non religious reasons why murder or any sort of crime is wrong.

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Do you think you've changed in the last years or are you the same as you were before?

In 2015 I changed... I was extremely extroverted to introverted! Best lifestyle choice I ever made!
No stress, no dealing with people who wanna drop others and me like a cold bag of sick!
Love my new me! I've become more and more reclusive over time. I was born a total extrovert and very assertive. I also like the new me so much better. Tremendously, I’m changing daily and I’m proud of the person I’ve become, but there’s still a lot I need to work on when it comes to myself. I will always continue to change, because it means growth.
Considering I was 15 at the time, I'd say I've changed loads. I now have a beard. Long hair. A car. I'm less chubby. I have a black belt in taekwondo. I am super good at more advanced maths. I'm pretty sure I hadn't even learnt about functions yet at the time. I have friends. I no longer have some kind of weird superiority complex. Those last two may go hand in hand. I am still a virgin, though, but baby steps. I've started making music. I'm a lot more independant, since I was forced to be after my dad died. I can cook, I can drive, I own a car. I have basically no respect for either of my parents anymore. I have more respect for my siblings. I can take responsibility for my actions and properly communicate when needed. I have a sense of identity and I’m learning to manage my trauma better. Though I’ve made improvement the journey doesn’t stop here. I’m working to improve myself everyday. I feel as though I have changed alot. When I was 18 I was an alcoholic who thought he was doomed to spend the rest if his life being miserable working in a factory. Alcohol was my biggest problem I would always embarrass myself worse than what I did the weekend before. I ruined so many friendships. Obsessed over a girl I never had a chance with (I still think about her a bit). I was basicly a disaster. Now I'm 22 I have quit drinking,I'm in a relationship and I went back to school this year to study human services and mental health and addiction. I'm super happy When I was 18, I was a liberal fundamentalist christian, and was weighing my options for my future, because I didn't think I would get into college, or ever have a romantic relationship with someone. I was taking my EMT-Basic in preparation for not getting into college, and was seriously considering just being a homeless traveler, hitchhiking around, working odd jobs where I could find them. I'm 26 now, I graduated college with a 3.8 GPA in a B.S. Criminal Justice degree, am currently working as a private investigator in the insurance field, am married to a wonderful, beautiful woman, have an even more awesome 1 year old daughter, and am now a small government conservative, and an atheist.

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if there really is a god, then why did he make me an atheist ?

being an atheist is not a c r i m e. it means you are not following anyone blindly.
You are an atheist because you are fed up with the way people worship & how traditional their beliefs are.
Can you imagine a world without a higher power?
Only money and power will rule the world then.
A rich person can k i l l an inferior man and no one would dare to ask him. bec he has guards, money & power. see, no accountability? no concept of good & bad?
Imagine a secularism world, if a man is happy w a kid then let them stay together. bec they have mutual consent.
If a man is happy w a d e a d body leave them happy bec they have consent.
This is a world without God or higher power.
you're an atheist no problem, it happens.
And, God wants you to do proper research & study.
Figure out yourself whether God exists or not. Then find out who you are going to follow

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What if I become an atheist?

You will have to bear the burden of being alone all the time, you will have to bear the burden of being born purpose less, you will have to bear the burden of all of your losses, all of your shortcomings, all of your mishaps....
When we believe in God, we give Him all the credit of whatever good happens with us, that makes us humble, and we put all the bad happening with us on His will too, That makes us free of our agonies.... that gives us a peace of mind which is otherwise unaccomplishable....
If you think thay you will become free of everything if you become an atheist, know that you will become a slave of your own wishes.... a slave of materialism, a slave of world....
یہ خالق و مخلوق سے ناشاد زمانہ
حل اپنا سمجھ بیٹھا ہے الحاد زمانہ
جنت جو بناتا ہے اسی دنیا میں اپنی
کتنا یہاں رہ پائے گا شرداد زمانہ
اک دوجے کو کرتے ہیں جو برباد وہ لوگ
سمجھے نہیں یوں ہوتا ہے برباد زمانہ
ہر ایک زمانے میں جو ہو جائے صداکار
کس طرح سنے گا کوئی فریاد زمانہ
ہر روز نیا فتنہ اٹھاتا ہے اب تو سر
ہر روز نئی لاتا ہے افتاد زمانہ
ٹوٹے لحاظ و ادب و مروت کے سبھی بند
بندش کے دن گئے ہوا آزاد زمانہ
یہ طے ہے جسے کہتا ہے یہ آج قدامت
مانگے پھر اسی کی ہی امداد زمانہ
ابرار بشیر

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What if I become an atheist?

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If you become an atheist it means you do not believe in higher power, God, or any spiritual force. okay no problem. Everyone thinks this way once in a lifetime & its completely fine. what's not fine? leaving yourself in thoughts & not researching is the worst thing you do.
Let's go back when time =0.
A dark pitch space, no galaxies, stars, planets nothing.
According to science how did universe come into existence?
Big Bang.
Where big bang happened?
We can say "in a small box" then the box exploded and now still is expanding.
Right?
Logically we address 3 questions.
(1) How did a ball/box/needle came in space? Where has it come from?”
you probably say "ball is created by collecting things around or created from nothing but created somehow"
okay, do you know law of conservation of mass it says matter(anything w space & mass) can neither be created.
for ex i look at my left hand & it is empty. Then I look at my right hand & i say "oh that rgb system come in my hands from left to right"
is it possible? no because my left hand is empty. there's nothing that can build rgb system.
someone, a developer or engineer with skills and equipments should be there to build rgb system.
it means that ball where big bang happened can not be created from nothingness and if you say created from collecting things around? obviously when time =0 how is it possible?

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Atheism is the official belief of the Chinese government. Atheism is evil. It is said that the United States is so powerful because it trust in God. But why does China, which believe in atheism, develop faster than many Islamic countries?

Who said atheism is evil? Till now, I haven't met one evil atheist. All of them were extremely humble people. Stop assuming stuff. Stop prioritizing yourself because of your belief. Your beliefs don't make you superior, they just make you you.

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lol it is a serious question though. What are your thoughts on porn as a muslim? do you think there is anything wrong with porn industry or is it the wrong act of allowing porn movies to be made in the first place? what are your thoughts on it. I am an atheist and I would like to know your opinion?

All the Holy books didn't convince u to convert to any religion... Do u think I 'll convince u that this 's wrong and it's considered a sin in any religion whether in Islam, Christianity or even Judaism ?!!!!!!
My talk would be about the logic in these books which u already don't believe in
So any discussion would be a waste of time and energy
But Anyway Away from my religion principles and beliefs
I think this industry is a SILENT RAPE
Every person who works in it suffers from humiliation but prefers silent cuz he knows at the end he gets money
It 's slavery in a devil level but the name has been changed to keep pace with the times
What humiliation and harm more than that?!!!!!

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+2 answers in: “Can I ask you a question if you dont mind?”

Hello! Tell me something fun about yourself ☺️

abon4488
A BIT ABOUT MYSELF
My name is Stefanija but everyone calls me Stef.
I used to live in Scotland for half a year.
I have applied for Green card lottery but didn't win.
Travelling is my passion. I have been to quite a few countries in Europe and just a few in Africa as well.
I adore animals that's why I like going to the farms, theme parks and aquariums. It would be lovely to have a pet as soon as I can.
I do read. Currently, I am reading Admissions by Henry Marsh. My favourite genres are sci-fi and real life stories.
Sport is always a part of my life.I used to be in volleyball team for 4 years. At this moment, I am trying to get back to tennis.
I am atheist but I do believe in possible power/energy.
I don't smoke and I'll never do drugs. However,I do attend poker nights with my friends. Bingo is always nice as well.
At the end, I am a family orientated person and I can't wait to ride a horse

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Hello Tell me something fun about yourself

What can you think about for hours?

wenii313’s Profile PhotoВ. Светославова IYI
Death.
The process, what happens after, the meaning of.
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Just recently, I realized that the moment I was okay with with donating my whole body to science or to someone who needs my organs/tissues—that was the moment I truly became an agnostic almost atheist even, haha.
Why do people have an attachment to their bodies and opt to be buried/cremated, if they will no longer exist in them? Is it for the sake of their loved ones? To have something to remember them by? Is the sanctity of one's body lost?
I sense that the answer may be close to: whole body donations are not something that one is familiar with.
210206'1525

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SAWRA Sheikh. I'm new converted muslim girl. I sent you before. My brothers and I rented a house separates from my atheist father after they had reverted too. I have a 9 year old sister. My dad wants her to stay with him and she wants to go there as well.

WAWRAWB sister
Yes I remember you. Great to hear that your brothers reverted to Islam as well! Allah Akbar
No, this is not a forbidden dissobidience. It's for the sake of her salvation, and if she becomes Muslim you'll get the thawab isA
And note that you are encouraged to keep a good relationship with him as long as it doesn't affect your faith. So, be a good Muslim, which also means to be a good daughter. Who knows? Maybe this encourages him to repent, or at least not to oppose you
May Allah bless and protect all of you
I appreciate keeping me posted with any updates

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What do you think about people who choose to believe blindly about everything that writes in a specific religion's holy book without wondering and questioning if some of the written information is right? I am not trying to be offensive, I just wonder your opinion about it.

From a atheist I do believe that it's fine if they want to believe something from their religion, if it brings them comfort then allow it.

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weil durch corona ja echt viel schief gelaufen ist und gefühlt alles scheiße war dieses jahr: was ist eine Sache die gut gelaufen ist/die gut war dieses Jahr?

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Für mich persönlich ist diese Geschichte mit dem Virus das Beste was jemals passieren konnte.. Ich lebe so wie immer und der Welt wurde etwas Zeit zum Atmen gegeben..
Ich finde, es ist an der Zeit für einen Neustart von allem. Nachhaltiger, weniger egoistisch und vor allem gesellschaftlicher. Jeder für jeden, egal ob weiß, schwarz, Atheist oder religiös. Jeder hat das gleiche Recht auf dieser Erde. Lasst es uns angegen und 2021 als Jahr des Umbruchs nutzen.

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Man kann es so oder so sehen das ist das blöde...... Ich wünschte mir ich wäre dumm geboren dann musste ich nicht uberalles den Kopf zerbrechen schönen Tag mein Freund

Das ist wahr 🤔
Aber einfache Antworten heran ziehen, nur um welche zu haben, ist ja auch keine Lösung.
Bei solchen Diskussionen von wegen Theist vs Atheist wird häufiger von der religiösen Seite her das Argument geliefert, dass Atheisten "arrogant" wären, weil sie sich auf die Fahne schreiben alles beantworten zu können.
Wenn man es aber genau betrachtet, ist es genau anders herum.
Theisten sind gerade diejenigen, die denken, alles erklären zu können, und zwar mit "Gott".
Das ist der easy way out und jemanden, der wirkliche Antworten will würde das nicht reichen.
Religion säht und fördert Ignoranz. Es schließt dich in eine parteiischen Bubble ein und überflutet dich mit Halbwissen, wirren Thesen und Richtlinien, die deinen Geist einschränken sollen, während sie zeitgleich behaupten, selbigen zu "befreien".
Religion ist im Grunde ein Märchen für Erwachsene.
Nur ist es eben auch das einzige Märchen für das Kriege geführt und millionen von Menschen umgebracht und ausgestoßen werden, die nichts weiter verbrochen haben, als anderer Meinung zu sein oder einen Lebensstil zu pflegen als ein anderer MENSCH, der dümmer war als wir es jetzt sind und der sich nur hingesetzt hat, seine eigene, persönliche Weltansicht aufgeschrieben hat und behauptete, er hätte "mit Gott geredet".

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