Well, I've never thought of myself as a blogger, but I've kept journals for over 20 years, so I suppose we shall see how this goes.
I've been an atheist for about a year and a half. This is the point where the journey I had been on for a couple of months became a Journey. I've been propelled into this mind blowing world that I never knew existed, and I've been in it the whole time.
Imagine how that might feel. Imagine tomorrow, you, yourself, are offered two pills, one blue, one red. Can you put yourself in Neo's shoes in "The Matrix"?
I can. Now, I not only know that many others can relate, but I understand how isolated we all are, and how little the rest of the world understands about the concept of a "deconversion".
I've had no choice, now, but to spend every waking minute of my life trying to make up for lost time. I have so much now to learn and readdress, be it broad subjects like art, philosophy, history, physics (which I never gave a second of thought to previously), etc., all the way down to specifics like diet, excercise, meditation, sleep habits, and my own self-identity.
I'm honored to be partnering with GCRR and learning from anyone that has a persepctive to share (which is everyone). I'm mostly thankful to Darren Slade for inviting me to share experience about this journey of reason.