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seemed confident in his two addresses to the audience. who constitute nearly 20 percent of its total electorate. begun in 1952, sending mixed signals to his party amid an ongoing crisis over his border policies. "We cannot allow our Country to be overrun by illegal immigrants as the Democrats tell their phony stories of sadness and grief, Republicans and Democrats, We wrote it to answer the question: "So you dont believe in what" As a Humanist Chaplain serving the community at Stanford University John meets countless students of this new generation who after giving up on a belief in God come to him asking some variation on the question "What is worth believing in" Nonbelievers recognize that the scientific method is the best way to understand the natural world realizing that science has unlocked secrets ranging from the structure of the atom to hereditary traits found in our DNA We can also apply these critical thinking skills to questions about morality and human behavior We can look at the contemporary individualistic Western social model in countries including the United States and compare it to family-oriented Confucian societies in Asia or the social democracy model prevalent in Europe Faced with the evidence of a multitude of prosperous and harmonious societies with distinctly different moral and ethical systems many nonreligious people conclude that morality is most likely subjective The underpinnings of morality stem from the experiences and preferences of real people not abstract principles or an absolute decree Our moral compassesrefined through our upbringing tempered by our society and informed by our particular experiences talents and natural abilitiesguide our behavior Choosing to be moral is a choice motivated by empathy and compassion in our relationships with others and measured more in actions than in words While the "rise of nonbelievers" or the "emergence of the unchurched" may be cause for concern for some religious Americans perhaps existentially so for conservative Christianity most Americans should be thrilled to have more seculars among us To help counter the misinformation spread about the nonreligious sociologist Phil Zuckerman at Pitzer College has compiled some statistics that tell us who they really are Compared to the general population Zuckerman finds that nonreligious Americans are younger more educated politically independent (though left-leaning) supportive of feminism and gay rights and strongly opposed to torture and the death penalty While there are hundreds if not thousands of books about what atheists dont believe in including religion God and supernaturalism there has been comparatively little attention paid to what atheists and humanists do believe We wrote our book in hopes not only of educating people about the positive beliefs and values of the nonreligious but also of inspiring other nonbelievers to come out and share their beliefs and values To encourage people to introspect about their beliefs we created the ReThink Prize and asked people to submit their own beliefs and reasoning for a chance to win one of ten $1000 prizes Now that the contest has come to an end were happy to share the wonderful winning beliefs The winning beliefs addressed themes ranging from personal freedom to open-mindedness from critical thinking to compassion and empathy: 1 Be open-minded and be willing to alter your beliefs with new evidence (Jeremy Jimenez) 2 Strive to understand what is most likely to be true not to believe what you wish to be true (Matthew Main) 3 The scientific method is the most reliable way of understanding the natural world (Isaiah Jackson) 4 Every person has the right to control of their body (Chris Lager) 5 God is not necessary to be a good person or to live a full and meaningful life (John Roso) 6 Be mindful of the consequences of all your actions and recognize that you must take responsibility for them (Jamie Andrews) 7 Treat others as you would want them to treat you and can reasonably expect them to want to be treated Think about their perspective (Carol Fly) 8 We have the responsibility to consider others including future generations (Michael Marr) 9 There is no one right way to live (Eli Chisholm) 10 Leave the world a better place than you found it (Maury McCoy) Lex Bayor and John Figdor are the authors of “Atheist Mind Humanist Heart: Rewriting the Ten Commandments for the Twenty-first Century” Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors nearly 54 percent of it coming from taxes on oil and gas production and oil extraction I need to really buckle down Cassidee Carlson says the booby trap was set up to kill the person opening the door 9 Griffin issued an apology in a video message later that evening” Originally rumored to be for super-secret parties Angus Berwick and Mitra Taj CARACAS/MADRID/LIMA (Reuters) – Often arriving thin and penniless in South American capitals after long bus trips across the continent the trend seems to have accelerated this year An earlier wave of emigration saw many professionals leave by plane to Miami or Madrid with their savings intact But increasingly impoverished Venezuelans are fleeing by bus or on foot to neighbouring Colombia and Brazil as well as Argentina Chile and Peru where they often take https://wwwreuterscom/investigates/special-report/venezuela-bus low-paid jobs as waiters construction workers or drivers Ignacio Avalos one of the directors of the Venezuelan Electoral Observatory an independent local election monitoring group estimates that less than 10 percent of Venezuelans abroad are registered to vote Authorities did not respond to questions about how many overseas voters are registered Authorities said earlier this year that more than 100000 Venezuelans were registered to vote abroad In a report this month the Observatory cited numerous obstacles hindering Venezuelans overseas from voting including short opening hours at consulates long backlogs and arbitrary conditions not demanded by law "Without a doubt this is the hardest time to be voting from abroad" Avalos said Maduro did order in February the reopening of Venezuela’s consulate in Miami saying that he wanted the local Venezuelan community to able to enroll to vote Chavez had shuttered the consulate in 2012 just before his final presidential election The consulate did not respond to a request for information about whether it had reopened Two of the Venezuelans Reuters spoke to said they had no trouble registering to vote from abroad although both did the process well before this electoral cycle In Madrid several Venezuelans interviewed said the electoral register did not allow them to change their old addresses and that appointments at the embassy were near impossible to get "No-one goes in there not even God" said Vanessa Pineda the head of a Spain-based Venezuelan opposition group The embassy did not respond to an emailed request for information "THOUSANDS OF HURDLES" Maduro often disparages Venezuelans abroad accusing them of being part of a "squalid" right-wing plot vying to discredit his brand of "21st century socialism" He has mocked emigres for working in low-paying jobs "You don’t know how many of them are washing toilets in Miami Would you wash toilets in Miami Would you leave our beloved country" Maduro said last month during a speech in the central state of Lara "I would never leave" he added A minority of Venezuelan opposition figures think it is a mistake not to fight Maduro at the polls as that almost certainly hands him a fresh six-year term "This could be our last chance to halt the crisis that keeps catapulting more and more Venezuelans into exile" said lawyer Victor Sulbaran 28 who in January emigrated to the US state of Georgia A long-time activist for opposition candidate Falcon Sulbaran was determined to cast a ballot But when in March he travelled to the Venezuelan consulate in New York he was asked to submit a utilities bill proving that he resides in the United States He eventually produced one but was then told internal systems were down It was only on his third attempt this month that consular officials told him he was successfully registered – but he has yet to receive a formal notification of a change of residency "They put down thousands of hurdles so that you can’t change your residency" said Sulbaran who is still unsure whether he will be able to vote for Falcon on Sunday The Venezuelan consulate in New York responded that "requirements have always been the same And all those who are registered must exercise the right to vote" One former engineer at Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA who asked not to be identified to avoid repercussions for his family back home said he missed the deadline to change his voting centre after he emigrated to Colombia last month But the former mid-level manager – who now works at a used cars and motorbikes store – said he had no interest in voting During past elections in Venezuela he received text messages and calls from PDVSA pressuring him to vote for the government a common experience for state employees "The government has taken control of all institutions and controls the electoral council so I don’t think it makes any difference whether we vote or not" said the former manager who now earns 28 times what he did back home in dollar terms "I’m carving out a new path for myself starting again from the bottom to climb up slowly and I want to leave Venezuela in the past" (Reporting by Alexandra Ulmer in Caracas Angus Berwick in Madrid and Mitra Taj in Lima additional reporting by Leon Wietfeld in Caracas Zachary Fagenson in Miami and Fabian Cambero in Santiago; Writing by Alexandra Ulmer; Editing by Daniel Flynn and Rosalba O’Brien) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Chick-fil-A may generate a lot of political controversy but when it comes to customer satisfaction the restaurant can’t be beat The chain earned a higher satisfaction score than any 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