Thank you,Steph S. for the welcome. I have lived in many places and have acquired a populist progressive view with a secular humanist love for all people. However, here in Amarillo, Texas I find some very closed minded and religiously compelling people who have a strict box of beliefs that manifest themselves as prejudices. I genuinely find it refreshing to find a Texan who is welcoming without being religiously groomed.
It's Wednesday already and I forgot because I have been so busy.
I'm serious about the discussion 'The supernatural does not exist' and I'm glad you like it. I think silly supernatural beliefs confuse the mind and adults should grow out of it. The presentation of the discussion is to get people thinking and I see that many new discussions and commentaries have been made on the subject of the supernatural since the discussion was posted.
Have a lovely week. Here we are expecting snow tomorrow so I will be on AN.
No, it's not fan fiction, or I would have posted it on the new group. It's more an observation loosely similar to one of my first posts on here, regarding religion and it's relation to religious music. I'm just egotistic enough to think it's something significant, and I hope you'll take some time and give it a look.