~ATHEISM: pros and cons behind it~

May 27, 2017 5:18am CST
"God" - a word that is more loaded than me at happy hour in my life. Should it stay or should it go? Everyone has an opinion on it and here is mine. At first, neither the theism nor the spirituality is able to substantiate the existence of God. So there are already some qualms raising on its existence. Though some Godmen have already shown their proclivity to exert its existence by applying some purported approaches they have proven wrong damningly. In 27 years in my life journey, the question has always been dotted with my mind that " Is there any particular thing exist relating to God?" I have neither any condemnation towards theists nor any commendation towards atheists. I have to put my own view with some simple testaments. Some days ago I came up with a vile news that shook my mind on that day. A doppelganger twins (both 3 years) were playing in their room. Their mother was busy with some household chores and opened the washing machine to clean clothes. unfortunately, she felt scarcity of washing soda. and went to the shop to buy it. On that particular juncture, the twins tried to climb up in the washing machine and fell into it and lost their innocent lives. I can bet most of us can easily recollect such incidents and even we meet with such frequently where righteous children lost their precious lives at the very beginning of their upbringings. Now I have some questions on it. From the very beginnings of my life, I heard many words regarding ‘God'. "God is almighty" – I agree, "God pervades nature" – I do, "God exists everywhere" –again agree. But my question is that being a supernatural power and by existing everywhere it should have a minimum responsibility to provide at least the breathing rights to those consecrate children until and unless they get their consciousness. It should be its fundamental duty while being human we are fighting every moment in our life to achieve our breathing rights. In the denouement of the interminable discussion if anybody belonging from theism, spirituality etc. can construe these reasons rationally, I repeat "rationally" , then I bet I would ready to follow suit their paths and subsume their belief silently otherwise it is far better for me following "atheism" instead of ensuing the farcical, dogmatic and stereotyped approaches of "theism" or "spirituality" for the sake of my life. Caution: My intention is not to hurt anyone's belief instead to lure someone to introspect by his or her dogged perseverance.. by introspecting myself I have got this answer and yours might have a different one.
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@Nawsheen (23067)
• Mauritius
28 May 17
I didn't know about this washing machine incident. I feel sorry for those kids. The kids were still small and innocent. It was the mother's fault too to leave the children unattended. Sometimes those kinds of incidents do make us think where was god at this time.
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@Nawsheen (23067)
• Mauritius
28 May 17
@ranan1989 in fact such incidents do make us question about where God was at this time and his existence. You didnt hurt my belief
28 May 17
@Nawsheen thanx..actually some person take it mind while commenting on such a sensitive post , from my past experience... So I made the comment here... Whatever you said , I understood it clearly , thanx for being consent with me
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@Nawsheen (23067)
• Mauritius
28 May 17
@ranan1989 i respect others opinions
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• New Delhi, India
27 May 17
I also heard about this true incident. Things like these happen and we all question the existence of God. God is there but still miseries are everywhere
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27 May 17
If we have to circumvent all the Herald problems in the life my qualms is that why we have to depend on God whose existence is still now proven anymore... if it really exists it should have a minimum responsibility to redeem the lives of the innocent children as they are barred from any sin (according to the theism).. but still now I should not question your own beliefs ... Your beliefs are your own...
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• New Delhi, India
28 May 17
@ranan1989 we all question God sometimes or the other. It is natural