I Told My Parents That I Am An Atheist Today I finally did it. I told my parents that I am an atheist. I have been one for the past 2 years but I was too worried my parents would freak out if I told them, so I've been putting it off until now; actually, I was mostly worried about my mom's reaction. My dad is a reallyI Told My Parents That I Am An Atheist Today by GatorChan
great and understanding guy so I was not too worried about him. My mom is a
Mormon and truly believes in God.
I asked them to come into the living
room and calmly told them. My dad was completely understanding and told
me I am free to believe what I want and that I do not have to believe in what many other people believe. He also said that my beliefs may or may not change in the future. He was awesome but my mom was different. She just asked me why I am an atheist and I told her that I just do not believe in God or the Bible and she said okay. I could tell that she was really upset though because she got very quiet and I could see it through her body language.
I just feel so much better to have gotten th
RememberAugust 6, 1945, 8:15 amRemember by Limnoria
The sun shines brightly over Hiroshima as Little Boy, the first atomic bomb, plummets out of the sky and detonates in a massive fireball, killing tens of thousands in a single day and countless more over the next weeks, months, and years.
The United States gave all the go-aheads to make this possible.
More millenials than ever disagree with the decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The political atmosphere during World War II was charged and clouded and more complex than many appreciate. But the fact remains, the dropping of these bombs was a humanitarian disaster. Hiroshima was not a military center of operations in Japan; it was a war statement, deliberately chosen by the U.S. as a site where an atomic bomb dropping would have the most impact on Japan's psyche. Civilians made up most of the casualties, often in excruciatingly painful ways.
We have lived in the shadow of nuclear destruction for seventy years today, surviving a cold wa
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