Tag Archives: beliefs

Christmas for Atheists

Christmas is a holiday that beats all holidays around the world. And it doesn’t matter how much you can argue, Christmas remains the most magical holiday of all times.  I was brought up in a Christian house, and surely Christmas was and still is  part of our winter holiday season. Even though we live in […]

Stop Asking

How dare you question anything? How dare you believe others over your own original beliefs? How dare you question the people who raised you and taught you how to live? How dare you think on your own? You’re human, you’re not allowed to think. You’re not allowed to question anything. You’re only allowed to eat, […]

#PrayForGaza

#PrayForGaza , a popular hashtag all over the internet that asks people to pray for Gaza. Yes, pray for Gaza, and “you don’t have to be a Muslim to pray for Gaza, you simply need to be human.” Gaza needs too much support and apparently, prayers. I once tweeted: For all those who are praying […]

We shall overcome

Deep in my heart, I don’t believe. Not anymore. There was a time I truly believed that hand in hand we shall all overcome. Will we be able to break down the prison walls and tear down all lies. Will there be a truth to be told, to the whole world, to make us all free. […]

Who teaches life?

I would like to share my opinion, once and for all. As you might have heard, three Israeli youth were first kidnapped few weeks ago and just few days ago they were found murdered. Presumably by Hamas. Let me make some introductions first. The three Israeli youth were brought up by Zionist Israeli families living […]

Easter – like all holidays

Yes, I do celebrate Easter. For some people this might sounds shocking for the fact that I’m Agnostic-Atheist, and it would sound like a hypocrisy to celebrate a holiday that I don’t personally have no beliefs for it. I’m skeptic, not at all gnostic – I can’t tell what’s going on. I personally don’t go […]