Atheism Quotes

Thou shalt have no other gods before me (or on either side of me, if those gods look cuter or slimmer than me).
How many times have you worshiped
my hips without them swaying?
How many times have I f.ucked up
with you following me still?

I am a fool for he who sees the goddess in me.
So there you are. The man who will die for my sins
before I have even committed them.

And here, here, beneath your ribs
is where I have finally learned
to believe.

My friend told me atheists are the most honest and selfless people alive. They are honest because they are not fearful of the way they are percieved by those who disagree with their beliefs, and they also do not trick themselves into thinking that there is someone watching over them. When they feel alone, they feel alone. They are selfless because when they do something kind, it's because they want to do it. When they donate or they help or they make someone's life easier it is not an act to try to earn their spot in heaven. They are doing this because they just want to be the best they can be.  

"an atheist on a date"

i kissed a girl
wearing a cross
around her neck
her lips didn't taste
like church
but her hips
felt like god
i wonder what
her pastor would
have thought
i wonder if that
cross around her neck
meant more to me
than it does
to her

If you have suffered a tragedy and someone says, "You're in my prayers."
with sincerity, and you reply with some egotistical sh.t about being atheist, you are an emotionally inept moron. For real, though. Like, think about it. If someone is religious, there's really no kinder sentiment they can express than appealing to the highest power they know for your recovery. Whether or not you think it "works" is irrelevent--the kindness is absolutely real.
Wittian: *post a quote about their belief in God*
Everyone: Omg, I like totally agree with you! I love this quote!
Wittian: *posts a quote about how they don't believe in God*
"I regard the brain as a computer
which will stop working when it's components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy tale for people who are afraid of the dark."
                           - Stephen Hawking


            Dear Witty,
I have a proposition for you: let's try to NOT make any more quotes regarding religion. It just gets messy when we do, and too many disagreements arise. We're on this website to read some quotes that we can relate to and find clever--telling someone that there is no G-d or that there most certainly is a g-d isn't exactly what I envision when I think of Witty. Now, it's just a thought, and I have nothing against people who like expressing themselves about their religion or lack thereof, but it's Witty, and not exactly the best place to do so. Look, I just wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school...I wish I could bake a cake filled with rainbows and smiles and everyone would eat and be happy--not referrencing religion for the good of all! That's it. Just consider it.

 -A Wittian               
The belief that there was nothing and nithing happened to nothing
and then nothing magically exploded for no reason, creating
everything and then a bunch of everything magically rearranged 
itself for no reason wha tso ever into self-replicating bits which
then turned into dinosaurs. 
Makes perfect sense.


two years.
two years ago, i only wore sweatshirts and converse. now, i won't leave the house without a collared shirt and boat shoes. i don't wear yoga pants anymore. shopping at PINK would never even occur to me now, and the days of no makeup have turned into occasionally wearing mascara and lip gloss. two years ago, my life didn't have one direction in it. now, the walls in my room are not longer visible due to the posters. i was at a different school two years ago than i am now. i used to have practically no friends, and now i don't even think about numbers because of how many i have. two years ago, i wasn't really happy with my life and wasn't quite sure how to change it. now, i'm happier than i've ever been. i once had an indifferent approach to religion, whereas i now identify myself as a strong atheist who isn't one to preach about not believing in g-d. everyone is entitled to his or her own beliefs. two years ago, i was dealing with gossip, cliques, drama, and exclusion. now, those issues barely even arise. i'm more confident and feel better about expressing myself, now. two years ago, i didn't write. now, i can't go a day without typing or jotting down some form of prose. i had braces two years ago, and now i don't. i used to suffer from body image issues and social anxiety, but not anymore. a lot can change in two years, but one thing that has remained a constant is Witty. two years ago today i made my very first profile on Witty Profiles. sophsunflower12. it was a username i used for everything, held some significance in my life, and i liked it. when i was signing up, i had no idea how much of an impact one website could make. through Witty, i've talked to so many people and read so many inspiring and clever quotes. two years ago, i didn't know how to make my quotes "pretty," figured out what the "code" and "source" were, and then recently decided that black and white quotes were the way to go because they were simple, i was too lazy to find/create interesting formats, and i liked them. thank you so much, Steve, for creating this epic website and allowing the individuals on it to express themselves. also, thanks to everyone here for being so epic.
this is my 1000th quote, two year anniversary, and me just saying thanks.


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