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We cannot rely on a God or Goddess to save us. When we as humans see each other for what we are, beautiful beings capable of love, comprehension of advanced knowledge never known to be paralleled on this earth, and intelligent communication with a limited time of existence, we appreciate each other more and take our actions and their ramifications into deeper consideration. When we understand that we alone can spread love, feed the homeless, and inspire positive change, and it's not up to some overarching deity, we will lie in a conscious world of caring. When there is no fictitious afterlife…mehr

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We cannot rely on a God or Goddess to save us. When we as humans see each other for what we are, beautiful beings capable of love, comprehension of advanced knowledge never known to be paralleled on this earth, and intelligent communication with a limited time of existence, we appreciate each other more and take our actions and their ramifications into deeper consideration. When we understand that we alone can spread love, feed the homeless, and inspire positive change, and it's not up to some overarching deity, we will lie in a conscious world of caring. When there is no fictitious afterlife or latter days to make up for the experiences lost and the time wasted, we as humans are left to focus on all that is real: us and this universe, not God. Our small pale dot floating in the vastness of the cosmos; solitary with no solace besides our actions and forward-thinking for a brighter tomorrow. Let us use our better judgment and find a path toward extensive knowledge and enlightenment, not through a non-existent deity, but through each others' worldly experiences. Let us not lean on the understanding of a non-presentable invisible force, but on each other; I wish to see the betterment of the human condition through our own abilities rather waiting on a "omnipresent" God who never reveals Himself to save us. We cannot pray crime, climate change, and poverty away, but through a communal effort of concentrated policies, we can affect positive change where we are now.