As a Axiological Atheist my focus is positive, validation geared towards assisting in a greater sense of well being, connectedness and balance, motivated and directed rationale, and challenge reasoning to expand new thinking both in myself and others. As a Axiological Atheist I value a universality of lovingness towards other beings and nature. My ethical approach is centered, infused, supports a caring and just understanding of needs and goals to achieve a new levels of balance, self-actualization, self-mastery, and self-freedom.
I have reached a place in my life where I value my own authenticity more than wining some kind of approval. I do enjoy being liked but will not change to have that happen. I know myself, love myself and live as myself as much as possible.
I try to be a truth teller and a seeker of knowledge and a person addicted to wisdom both for myself and from others.
I wish to champion the mental freedom of disbelief in faith, superstitions, religions, and gods.
I not only want to not be something false like a believer in superstitions, I wish to stand for something valued, so I strive to be one who is also thoughtful and caring of others trying if I can to protect, inspire or empower.
If others like me great, if they don’t accept the real me that is their loss, but I will never regret being me.