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Audrey, you need not respond. I did however wonder if you look for quotes for reasons similar to mine.
Not that young here ... young at heart, maybe!
Young Tom, Thank you for sharing your story, I am speechless not sure how to respond
young Loren, once it reached to 23 pages we will consider exchanging the file, lol
I've been collecting atheist quotes practically since I came on Atheist Nexus, and it's nice to see that most of those you have listed above are in that collection.A shame I can't attach a file here, or I'd gladly put it up for your perusal. Sure, I could just cut-and-paste it all ... but at last check, it runs to 17 pages!
BTW, I might write an essay about blind faith being an ironic gift.
Audrey, thanks for the quotes, especially the first one and the last one.
I still enjoy reading quotes, though 70 years ago when I was entering my teens I sought out books of quotations. The reason was that my parents seldom talked with their five kids and I needed to learn what experience had taught people.
Ten years ago I learned the reason my parents said so little; they (and their parents) had grown up in a European culture that told them that when people were talking they were not working. I even married a woman who, for different reasons, seldom spoke but for similar reasons also didn't want children. I sometimes get tears when I see parents and kids talking with each other, as I'm doing as I type this sentence.
Unlike my surviving siblings, I now chuckle when I tell people "I joined Toastmasters and haven't stopped talking since."
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