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American atheist blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

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Dave B
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Re: American atheist blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

#21 Postby Dave B » February 26th, 2016, 11:22 am

Latest post of the previous page:

Yes, the "evil" amongst us have no compunction about offering violence. Be thankful the Humanism, at least, is somewhat more tolerant to dissenters.

It is not a sad or nasty world, IMHO, Compo, just a world with some nasty people. And some very good ones.
"Look forward; yesterday was a lesson, if you did not learn from it you wasted it."
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Re: American atheist blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

#22 Postby Compassionist » February 26th, 2016, 11:43 am

Dave B wrote:Yes, the "evil" amongst us have no compunction about offering violence. Be thankful the Humanism, at least, is somewhat more tolerant to dissenters.

It is not a sad or nasty world, IMHO, Compo, just a world with some nasty people. And some very good ones.

Yes, there are some very good people on Earth, as well as some very nasty ones, as well as many average ones. The non-living world is inevitably indifferent about suffering and injustice.

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Re: American atheist blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

#23 Postby Compassionist » February 26th, 2016, 11:44 am

Alan H wrote:Indeed, Compassionist. We all have our own daily struggles and we must find the courage and strength to cope and move forward as best we can.

Yes, life goes on for the living. I am just grieving for those who are dead.


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