I am Dark Rabbit, a non-believer of fables. I don’t believe in fables involving leprauchauns, superman, teletubbies, santa claus, narcistic gods in need for some self-glorification or any other supernatural creature that is clearly a figment of human imagination. And I certainly didn’t ask anyone to go hang on some cross for me 2000 years ago in order to own my ass before I was even born. I am in a self-imposed lifelong training program to not buy into some batshit non-sequitur argument that invents things like original sin in one premise and presents salvation from it in the next. I think this is an evil totalitarian narcisistic projection evolved to control the minds of people.
I am for rationality and openness. I believe in people but not always in what they do. Hell, I'll even grant you that they exist. I believe in debate and confrontation with raw rational arguments as a means of personal growth. I don't believe in hate. I believe in the strength of independent thinking. I think that our mental capacities oblige us to make fair rational choices and to base moral constructs on rationality and fairness. I believe in cooperation and that it still exists. I still hope it lurks somewhere in the offices of large corporate firms where survival seems to depend on low-life tactics and other malign human features. I think life has meaning because it's finite. I think the scientific method is our next best thing to truth, an insurance policy against superstition and dogma. I think we know a lot more than some 2000 years ago. I think religions are myths scrambled, corrupted, reshuffled and reinterpreted many times. I think there is not an idea more perverted than the idea of eternal damnation, but maybe the idea of original sin is. I try to doubt everything and I even doubt that. I believe exceptional claims need strong evidence. I believe this universe is a good place to be in but rather indifferent to our needs. And that it is not some passage to a more real world were everything is perfectly arranged to fit even our petty needs. I believe meaning is a human concept that only individuals can shape and that we ourselves are responsible to fulfill.