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We’ve Moved!

We are happy to announce that after 5 years we have upgraded to our own domain, neverthoughttoquestion.com. The format and content will stay mostly the same. The hope is to add more interesting humanism and atheism related content, reach more … Continue reading

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Faith in Humanity

One of the more difficult things for a humanist or unbeliever of any kind is finding hope and meaning. We covered it briefly before in hope and meaning but only began to explore it. Daily life is stressful and people … Continue reading

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Altruism

Altruism, like the core humanism value compassion,  is a state of caring for another person’s  well being (applies to animal’s and sometimes even things or places  too). Altruism, however, goes one step further and says that our compassion should also … Continue reading

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Gifts for the Homeless

There are a lot of self-righteous charity videos that are a transparent attempt at attention or fundraising for something not charity related. Some of these videos are corny and cliche and overdone but this is not one of them.  These … Continue reading

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Burden of Proof

When any person makes a claim we have the right to ask for  proof. Proof can come in many forms and what constitutes as acceptable varies from situation to situation. However, the burden of proof is always on the person(s) … Continue reading

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Feels good to be back

It’s been two years since my last post, that’s a long time. I have decided to change this into a full .com website and resume posting once or twice a week. I will update the atheism library and start one … Continue reading

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The Compatibility of Humansim and being ‘Spiritual’

I used to be a very spiritual person. I considered myself to be a Buddhist, believed in God (in a deistic kind of way) and meditated a lot.  Now I’m a secular humanist. I reject the idea of God as … Continue reading

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