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I have recently joined this agnostic/atheists group. I just wanted to let all of you know that this site is like breath of fresh air. It's. winter and I am retired and I spend much time reading and Enjoy it. I get more from it than I could ever contribute🙂

Leutrelle 7 Jan 8

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Thank to all of you for the warm welcome.

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Agnostic and Atheist I thought we blended, joining is for those other types. J/K Nice to see more people being included. Have fun.

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well thats awesome welcome to the group. is this your first atheist/ agnostic group you have joined?

It is. I am not very computer savvy, and I was looking for research on agnostic thought. I hit the jackpot.

great , some are hoping the add a chat room too, i prefer that than text myself, if its a voice chat that is. paltalk has debate rooms run by atheist in the christian section under religion, and my pals and i from there started a room on discord. also a voice chat. its fun talking with like minds and not have to back up in a conversation because some god believer starts saying stupid things.

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Welcome Leutrelle! I am a retired woman and enjoy reading, classical music, movies, animals, and lots of other things. I am definitely NOT an outdoor, nature, hiker type. What types of books do you like to read? Right now I seem to be reading a lot of political books and trying to understand what went wrong with our democracy. Would enjoy hearing from you.

The first book I read after I lost Faith was "The Origin of Consciousness and the Bicameral Mind", by Julian Jaynes. I like Daniel Quinn, and more recently I have been reading a lot about ancient history, anthropology, and alternative views of the origin of man and the age of man. I tried to figure out whats wrong with our government through political books, but grew weary. I think reading is key to keeping the mind growing. I don't know anyone who reads the stuff I read, with exception of Daniel Quinn.

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I am also retired and feel the same way.

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I think we all get more from it than we could put in, I enjoy seeing others thoughts.

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That's sounds like me...lol

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Welcome.

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Welcome. There is no shortage of banter here. Hopefully, there will be no shortage of ideas.

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Thanks and welcome to our Freethinker community.

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