How wonderful it should feel to be able to live without faith, just as a committed atheist would; how convenient it is to retreat to the comforts of atheism, to stand firmly on the ground, hands holding tightly a supreme, yet still newborn and premature, truth which no one could yet falsify. To be able to deny god’s non-existence has become a challenge to humanity; one simply cannot declare indifference after thousands of years of faith. Since the discovery of modern science, not only has he stopped existing—even if he still did, his existence has become vain. It took a long time to clear the clouds that have been darkening the sky above us, and to finally bring clarity upon the ground. But constant sunlight, too, has its destructive proportions to our skin: how much radiation can our bodies endure?