Atheist Frontier - Questioning what's Real
   






Atheistic values - Friendship

Friendship (and sincerity and trust) Genuine friendship is the most sincere form of relationship that is also a highly valued interdependent survival trait that provides a natural defense against loneliness.  Absent of arbitrary requirements, the unencumbered willingness to trust that develops with friendship is what makes it truly valuable.

Anecdote:  "I'm an atheist, and some of my friends are Christian, Catholic, Satanic, Islamic, Scientologist, Hindu, Wiccan, and Buddhist followers, yet these choices don't interfere with our relationships because we genuinely respect each other.  Friendships that are not based on arbitrary conditions, such as religious beliefs, are healthier and add more quality to our lives."

 

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