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But you have to do something to fill your days until you die. Josiah DeLorenzi I see what you are trying to get at, but I think you are essentially incorrect. There are natural (survival and thus evolutionary) reasons why a Post Malone You’re A Sunflower Shirt may have morals or act according to right vs wrong. Think of the relationship between mother and child. The mother can be altruistic to the point where her own life is in danger, to save the life of her children. That’s not acting out of some kind of religion, it’s pure biology.
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I also think that a great number of people acting in a perceived ‘wrongful’ way are doing so out of pain (avoiding or transferring pain). Atheism means: “disbelief or lack of belief in a god or gods”. What you are describing is something else (anarchism?). We are just atoms fluctuating, but the natural world also has an order to it, with or without any kind of religious practice.
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