An isolated atheist speaks his views on religion, politics, and the world around him.
It’s one of those days you wake up, and you’re angry at the world.
You want to explain to people how another couple’s marriage does not affect your own, regardless of what your holy book says on the issue. You want to put into the minds of others that because you have a different theological perspective doesn’t make you a “bad” or “wicked” person. You want to break down the walls of dissent in the Capitol building so that something, ANYTHING of importance can be finished without painfully obtuse rhetoric and stonewalling. You want to remind newscasters that it’s their job to REPORT the news, rather than attempting to MAKE it by theatrically interrogating anyone they decide to interview. You want to dangle CEO’s of major companies upside-down out of the window of their top-story offices and shake them by the ankles until the tens of millions more they’re paid than their average employee is fairly distributed.
You want to change the world for the better, then remember that people don’t take you seriously, because in the end, you’re just one person. If only one person wants to change all these things, he’s a madman. If many people want to change the world this much, they’re radicals.