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Saturday Night For The Free Thinker: The Power Of Free Thinking And Thought

Free thinking is a necessary prelude to an open, progressive, and accepting nation and society. It is essential to have a forum to be able to communicate with them even if it is at the cost of being proved wrong.

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This would help people to think differently, expand the existing horizons of thinking, and to be able to evolve innovative ways to refute or implement new ideas. A spirit of inquiry and a sense of inquisitiveness is important for any community, at an individual and collective level.

“The free thinking of one age is the common sense of the next” – Matthew Arnold

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Saturday Night For The Freethinker: What Is Free Thinking?

A freee thinking mind understands that what one might consider a problem, another could call a solution.

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A free thinker is not afraid of being called ‘different’

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Freethinkers are confident, logical and intelligent. They give birth to their own ideas and resist the dominating mantras of the simple-minded.

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Free-thinkers engage in creative thinking on many levels. Socially, emotionally, logically and spiritually.

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CRITICAL THINKING

Agnosticism, Atheism, Religion

Saturday Night For The Free Thinker: You Do Not Need Religion To Have Morals

If you can’t be a good human being without God and the fear of hell, I got news for you. You’re not a good person. And worse, if you cannot define what good is without him, you’re not a Christian, you’re a sociopath.—By Dani Daugan

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Religion does not determine your morality

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Religion, Believing The Unproven Does It Help to Be Happy? Part 1

I don’t eat peanut butter. I find it repulsive and will go out of my way to not eat things with peanut butter.

People have often told me that I’m missing out. That food is so much better with peanut butter. “You’ve never had a Reese’s Cup? Or a PB&J? How can you be happy without having had peanut butter?”

The answer is, I’m plenty happy because it’s not important to me. It’s not something I require. I had my taste and quickly realized that I wasn’t missing out at all.

When someone asks “Can you be happy without believing in God?” what they’re really saying is “I don’t think I could be happy without believing in God.”

They’re projecting their feelings about religion onto others. They’re assuming their experiences are the only experiences.

We all do it to some extent, but it’s important to recognize that just because someone requires religion to be happy, that doesn’t mean that others do. I’m actually happier not believing in any religion? What if I asked you how you could be happy while being religious.

People might think that’s funny. That it seems obvious how being religious makes them happier.

It’s the same for me. Of course, I’m happy without believing in any religion—and why couldn’t you be?

The religious God is a PB&J and I don’t need either of them to be happy. But that’s just me.

How can anyone oppose the non-existent, and debate it fervently on the Internet? It is a waste of time. The radical and fanatical religious will never try to understand, they will never have an open mind.