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Teaching is in my blood. Growing up in a home of educators in Ohio, I knew from the age of four that I wanted to be an educator. After graduating with a degree in education and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, I began my diverse teaching career in Arizona. During my time as an educator, I have taught a variety of subjects to a wide array of learners, ranging from preschoolers to adult educators. However, the one thing that has remained a constant in my career is my love for teaching writing. Writing is fundamental in understanding all subjects as well as being the key to understanding and expressing one’s self. Working with students in a digital medium allows us to drop all other distractions and focus on the art of writing. I learn so much about my students as writers and people through their pieces. It is deeply fulfilling to watch each one of them grow more proficient and confident throughout the course of our time together as they discover and nurture their inner voices as writers. Currently, I live in Indiana with my two sons, Rick and Simon, and my husband, James. I love reading, writing, and spending time biking and running outdoors. I also enjoy trying new and adventurous recipes out on my family; although, I can’t say that they are as fond of my culinary experiments as I am. I am grateful to have a job that allows me to draw on the elements of teaching that have long been a part of who I am while working with students who continue to inspire me each day.

Where do atheists go when they die?

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Hmmm... it's a very good question! I don't know actually and I am curious to know the answer.
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so almost everyone is new here
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Hmmm... it's a very good question! I don't know actually and I am curious to know the answer.
I can answer it
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trevor.dane
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Either heaven or hell...just like everyone else.
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I believe that they are going to hell.
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No one knows.
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They don't"go" anywhere. I had this discussion with my 7 year old granddaughter just the other day. She asked me what it's like after you die, and if it's lonely. I explained to her that it's just like before you're born. You no longer exist. There's no pain, or thoughts or loneliness. When your brain stops working, you will have no feelings of any kind.
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They don't"go" anywhere. I had this discussion with my 7 year old granddaughter just the other day. She asked me what it's like after you die, and if it's lonely. I explained to her that it's just like before you're born. You no longer exist. There's no pain, or thoughts or loneliness. When your brain stops working, you will have no feelings of any kind.
So this means you don't believe in heaven and hell either?
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So this means you don't believe in heaven and hell either?
Not since I was a kid.
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Atheist heaven maybe? LOL. I don't really know!
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I believe that we have souls and our human deaths don't stop our souls to live. We have the option to be born again. Atheist, also have souls and whatever they believe in when they are alive won't change the fact that their souls will still be born if they want to.
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I think in hell.
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