In my ‘what next’ series I’m tackling a couple of serious issues. I think it fair to show that mine is not the only point of view worth reading. There are many in the world who have understanding of some worth. Stop by to read Onus111’s blog. Good stuff.

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Albert Camus said that the myth of Sisyphus was the greatest analogy for human life - a folly. But, man's greatest achievement would be to smile while in the place of Sisyphus.

o·nus [oh-nuh s]
noun, plural o·nus·es.
1. a difficult or disagreeable obligation, task, burden, etc.
2. burden of proof.
3. blame or responsibility.

This article is meant to answer what the onus is. It is meant to answer how an atheist lives a moral and fulfilling life. For further background, it is best to read the article “Why I am Atheist?” . This article is illustrating how someone, in the face of absolute existential depression, finds exuberant happiness. There are others out there who have no faith in a God, no beliefs in anything skeptical, but live with a dreadnought of infinite nothingness resting in their dreams. I know that feeling; you know there’s no afterlife, you can feel how powerless life really is. The depth of nothing is so daunting. What can we make of it? I know that many people want a quick and easy…

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  1. Thanks for the reblog! Your series sounds intriguing. It seems to me you might be interested in Julia Sweeney. Let me know what you think: http://www.ted.com/talks/julia_sweeney_on_letting_go_of_god.html

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