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October 27th, 2012 (7:00 PM).
Uh, I didn't do it
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Personally, I think the hardest part of forsaking a belief in God is abandoning the concept of destiny and God's Great Plan, and in turn, the notion that you are inherently any more or less special than anybody else.
Which is why so many of die hard religious people can't even begin to
how someone can not believe in god. To them you are literally condeming yourself to Hell, and you have no qualms about it. They feel compelled to save you, after all, it's what any good person would do for someone else in need.
To us, this just comes off as unbearably annoying and needlessly bothersome.
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