Atheism and Morality

As an atheist, I often get asked where my morality comes from. People tell me that the foundation of atheism doesn’t allow for an objective form of morality the way religion does (whether it’s mentioned in a holy book or written specifically as commandments). I agree; however, I see the lack of objective morality as a benefit of atheism. It allows us to acknowledge the world for what it is: something gray, not … Continue reading Atheism and Morality

Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones: A Symbol of Resilience

DISCLAIMER: SPOILER ALERT! Raped every night by her second husband, molested on the orders of her first fiancé, treated as nothing more than a political object, had her father executed in front of her, has lost contact with almost her entire family…and all this started when she was merely 13 years old. Welcome to the tragic life of the beautiful Lady Sansa of House Stark. … Continue reading Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones: A Symbol of Resilience