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Agnostic Atheist Stereotypes Redefined

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Kiara

Worcester, MA
United States
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I work in LGBT+ advocacy group and work hard to be a supportive friend
Why are you participating?: 

I want everyone to achieve their highest level of happiness. Be yourself, spark joy, be happy.

Joey

Worcester, MA
United States
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My shirt is a reminder to the idea of being present. It applies to every living being. We are all in the prime of our lives, because there is no other life at this exact moment we can live. I exist to find good in all situations, and persons. To show people to appreciate their own potential and show them the beautiful, fleeting and rare things in their lives is my purpose. As Socrates said, "An unexamined is not worth living". To examine yourself and not live the best you can as your best self, is to tarnish the lives you could've changed, and the beings you could have touched with your earthly contributions and actions. Suffering is an inescapable part of life, but if we as sentient beings have any inherent role, it is to minimize suffering for the maximum amount of life possible within our realm and scope of consciousness. "Hell is being visited, on your deathbed, by the person you could have become." Don't we all wish to live better for us, and everyone in our lives?
Why are you participating?: 

Why not?

Valerie

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I love being a volunteer reader at Audio Journal, where we broadcast the readings of daily newspapers and magazines, live on air, for people who are blind, vision-impaired or for anyone who cannot access the printed word.
Why are you participating?: 

It's my belief that the world would be a much happier place if we accepted each others differences and learned to be less judgmental.

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