I, in total, have 6 younger siblings. In the following story I am going to talk about the same sibling I talked about here. In part I want to tell you what I, as an atheist, say to my younger and impressionable family members with regard to the sensitive issue of religion. And this story… Continue reading Atheists, Easter, Family and another mention for a smallest sibling
Well, Christmas has come and gone. Many of us are now planning a New Year’s party to remember (and not realising that the plans we’re making ensure we will mostly forget). But before we move on from Christmas, I thought I’d take a moment to rate it. What I would dismiss. The drink. When wine… Continue reading Evaluating Christmas: what would I dismiss?
In my last post I explained why I don’t like New Year’s Eve: my friends want me to do things I don’t like, I have no sentimental relationship with the idea of New Year and my absolute closest friends prove themselves to be “monumentally selfish”. But I also said that I do have a sentimental… Continue reading An Atheist loves Christmas