Books Read in 2020

I will be posting and reposting the book discussions I have for these books in 2021. 1 Quiet By Susan Cain 2 American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins 3 Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate 4 Caraval by Stephanie Garber 5 The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 6 The Subtle Art of not Giving aContinue reading “Books Read in 2020”

Why I read…

I’ve made a post before on why I read, but now I think its time for an update. I used to read a lot of romance novels. I still do now, however, recently I’ve been craving books that are more thought provoking and books on an animals perspective. Now, book like those are something IContinue reading “Why I read…”

Why have book discussions?

I started writing book discussions this year. I think it has helped me to gain a better understanding of the books I’ve read. And allowing comments helps me to see the other answers that people come up with. It allows others to see what I got out of it and if their was something thatContinue reading “Why have book discussions?”

Why reflections?

I post a reflection at the end of each season. I know it’s weird to a lot of people, but I find them to be pretty important. As long as I do them consistently I think it helps me to become a better person. Most of us have a lot going on in our lives.Continue reading “Why reflections?”

Why vegan?

I have been vegan since the summer of 2017. I didn’t realize that it was possible until I had watched What the Health on Netflix. At the time, I planned on being a vet tech and couldn’t stand the thought of killing an animal if I didn’t need to. I went cold turkey. And theContinue reading “Why vegan?”

Why are you an atheist?

I grew up in a church. I have spent countless hours at church as a kid and through most of my teenage years. I will never say that people who believe in religion are mentally ill, but the religion I was in fed into mental illnesses that I had as a younger person. Having toContinue reading “Why are you an atheist?”

Why forever questioning?

Even though I have left the church, there were still a few verses that have kind of stuck with me even as time went on. James 1:6 says, “But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for the one who doubts is like a wave in sea that is driven and tossed by theContinue reading “Why forever questioning?”

Why Study Religions?

For a long time and still today, religion has been the foundation of many of our lives. However, over time many people in the US and across Europe have began to lean more towards spirituallity. I still think its important to understand religions even as an atheist. We need to understand what keeps people there,Continue reading “Why Study Religions?”

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