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alien9's Journal: Is Atheism Intrinsecally Bad For Business...?

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Nowadays, religion stands as shelter for people. Maybe despite the evidences, the still mean comfort and some mysterious form of satisfaction.

In certain contexts it is more than an individual choice: it is a certification with ethic purposes. Divine threat still keeps many of us from doing simply as bad as we can.

So, everyone may be somehow comfrontated with a situation of pressure related to someone's concepts. I remember once the company I was working at to be visited by a priest, to give a kind of bless to people. Imagine a fat, old drunk piece of crap, that the priest was. I standed up with no laugh in the meantime.

Later, it turned out to me to discover a keylogger operating in my station.

Besides I went pissed off I still realized that, from certain people's ethics, there's nothing wrong with the attitude of stealthy peeking at the employee's screen and keyboard; for obscure reason the same people define as a major lack of respect to not comply with the company regarding to the subject of god.

What should be the positive attitude?

From past experiences, I learned to hide away flamebait opinions. At some moment I always fall into moral disgrace from blasphemy: Threatened by immaginary friends of someone else.

Dog bless you all!

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