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... for nothing. How much credibility can you possibly have in speaking to people when you make comments such as "there are no atheists in foxholes?" I was an atheist in a foxhole, thanks very much for disparaging all of us who were/are in foxholes, and my depression, which I would love to find functional and genuine help to get me through it, doesn't really respond well to being told I should change my spirituality, because apparently religious people don't experience depression. Oh wait, they DO. You do realize you can't magic yourself into believing in spirituality, right? Even if I become suicidal, I can't FORCE myself to have faith if I don't have it to begin with. Useless, cruel comment, that's what that was.
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