“Atheism may not simply be the disbelief in God; rather, it may actually be the God-like elevation of this disbelief.”—General Theosophy

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Comment by Hari Menon on August 30, 2012 at 3:26am

Very true -

Atheism is to be experienced as the transcending (or dissolution ) of the word idea  within us , it is not a movement towards a non belief  or nihilism - it is a step in ones inner quest for the self . And it definitely is not the point at where one exclaims that there is no god - it is only the fading away of an imperfect image built by oneself  in ones own flawed  understanding .  

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