Being atheist makes us good people to understand how we are unique in the universe?
What do you think? The atheists are more aware of life?
For me, this video illustrates atheism as a way to live life fully, respecting others and yourself. Things really are meant for atheists? Especially for the atheists who have a vast knowledge on various areas of knowledge?
Perhaps I'm misinterpreting what you mean (or, perhaps you're not expressing yourself accurately) but we are not unique in the universe, nor do we know everything nor necessarily respect others. If you look at a sample of the comments made here you are more llikely to conclude that: We have an inflated opinion of ourselves and like to have our egos massaged by others of like mind. We are contemptuous of religious folks and throw rotten cabbage at them, call them unmentionable pagan names and scare their kids. We try to get others to join us by first calling them stupid, ignorant and superstitious. (Perhaps it's reverse aversion training? I don't know.) We are almost universally disliked, and are rarely asked to go out to do fun stuff because we fart uncontrollably in the presence of christians. We have extremists, who try to attain a higher level by purging bad words (and thoughts?) from their vocabulary, though this can cause problems on Blaspheme Day.
No, Henrique O, we are not the chosen people. Except for our particular beliefs, we are like everyone else - wandering around and trying to make sense of life.
Couldn't agree more , Henrique , if so, how come there's so much of them