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Life without God? Would that be a problem for you?

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For the last 50 years I have been clear that there is no God. I still do not believe in God. I have no need to believe in God. I do not feel a 'gap' in my life as a result of my atheism. On the contrary I feel able to think about life in general and evolution without the encumberance of needing to believe in God. I don't have to waste my time worshipping a non-existent diety and I don't need to belong to a religious community of any sort. It is true personal freedom.
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It's now over 24 hours since I posted this questin and still not even one comment from anyone. So I'm going to close this question.
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After 24 hours there has not been a single comment from anyone.
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You should post this again, I for one saw it early Saturday morning, then quickly forgot about it.  I had made a mental note to check back in and see what was said.
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You should post this again...

I don't think I should as I believe there should be a much livlier level of exchange in this zone. At times I wonder whether there's anyone 'out there'?
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Funny, I stop monitoring questions at times because people won't stop posting and I've long since lost interest!
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Well this question is now closed.
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...because no one was interested in it.
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For the last 50 years I have been clear that there is no God. I still do not believe in God. I have no need to believe in God. I do not feel a 'gap' in my life as a result of my atheism. On the contrary I feel able to think about life in general and evolution without the encumberance of needing to believe in God. I don't have to waste my time worshipping a non-existent deity and I don't need to belong to a religious community of any sort. It is true personal freedom.
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