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As I was saying yesterday just as the timer dang, I have my own opinions about all of the questions I’m dealing with in Atheism for Dummies, but I’ll occasionally throw a question in the air to hear your thoughts as well. When I do, the post title will start with Q.

Concise comments only, please. Give me only your best thought whittled down to a tiny, singing sentence or three. Just a link is great too, but please include a brief summary of where it’s going. Also, please try not to get into extended discussions. It’s OK to build on someone else’s comment, but don’t feel the need to convince, rebut, or dissuade.

Here’s the first question:

How does an atheist find meaning and purpose in life?

I have two separate comment sections now, Regular and Facebook. I’m sure there’s a way to combine them, but please don’t tell me how right now. Just use the one that pleases you.

This is an unmissable opportunity to plumb our collective mind — I’m looking forward to hearing from you. DING!

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Dale McGowan is the author of Parenting Beyond Belief, Raising Freethinkers, and Atheism for Dummies. He holds a BA in evolutionary anthropology and a PhD in music.