On the bus

Yesterday, I was going through two weeks’ worth of links, and the best thing I could come up with was a picture of a cat finding Jesus. So, rightfully, I scrapped that draft.

This morning, as I was looking through my pile of shirts, I suddenly remembered something that warrants a mention. Three weeks ago, I mentioned the atheist bus campaign, which raised funds to put the slogan “There’s probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.” on 800 buses throughout the U.K. As of last week, there’s an similar effort in The Netherlands.

The Center for Inquiry Low Countries, free thinkers organisation De Vrije Gedachte and humanist think tank Verlichtingshumanisten take up the British initiative, and start a campaign for positive atheism in The Netherlands: Er is waarschijnlijk geen god. Durf zelf te denken en geniet van dit leven. There’s probably no god. Dare to think for yourself and enjoy this life. It’s the only one you’re going to get, after all.