That depends on who is answering. For religious people, yes. Their life much revolves around fate. But for atheists, there is no such thing! Life is what you make it and you are the sole responsible for its outcome.
by Benji Mester8 years ago
What things in life have met your expectations and fulfilled this thing called hope?When I was younger, my life was filled with hopes. I hoped for a girlfriend, a car, a good job, and lots of good days. When...
by drjoeclassics4 years ago
What is this thing called glow in the dark nail polish?What is this thing called glow in the dark nail polish? What are the best brands? Where can I buy it? How much does it cost? Does it glow on the nails for long or...
by Baileybear7 years ago
I am thinking about writing a hub on death. I'm curious to atheist's thoughts on death and dying. I'm particularly interested in atheists that were formally christians - how is it different for you...
by pisean2823117 years ago
where you ever in any religion and what made you become atheist or agnostic?
by Stephen Meadows9 months ago
Are atheists generally happier people than believers?Many believers can't understand that a person can be happier without religion in their life. What are your thoughts?
by Mikeydoes7 years ago
Having a religion instantly puts meaning into your life, while atheism has no real meaning for life. What if god didn't exist? How would you cope? Would life be Way harder on you? But mainly my Main question is...
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