"My husband and I are atheist/agnostic and live in Deer Park. We are trying to raise 3 kids with no religion, which sometimes is very difficult. We would love to meet like-minded Long Islanders, especially families."
just stopped by to say hello. I'm originally from Dix Hills, fly back to NY to visit family as often as possibly. I know that sometimes it can be a bit difficult finding a great sense of community in the suburbs, having lived there for many years. A fix I found was an atheist group to which I belonged in Texas (Austin, actually) had Sunday morning meetings, children welcome. That was great, I hope when I settle down someday to found a neighborhood group like that.
Well, I've long since moved from both NY and Texas, but I still call NY home. Maybe sometime we can meet. :)
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With all the media attention the on the Pope, important stories are being missed, human rights violations, Monsanto protection act, Russia march to blasphemy laws, and of the big story this week did Harry Potter vanquish dementors?See More
"The medical profession seems to have improved in some areas at least. Personally I think some of that is due to the higher level of education of society as a whole. We know too much to put up with bad treatment now. I saw a documentary last year…"
"Thanks. Now I have "Glory of Love" stuck in my head. ^^;
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"I converted to paganism (through wicca, but didn't stay there) from xianity. During that conversion period, I tried to reconcile the beliefs, which ultimately, I couldn't. There are some who find a way (probably used to cherry picking, so…"