No. That's for the superstitious."Atheists, let me ask you - do you tithe?"
I decided to keep my income, retire early with it instead, and to leave some to my children. Let the parasitic priests find gainful employment of their own and feed their own children."No? Why not?Daylight Atheism says you should tithe"
That's my business. How often do you fcuk your wife?How much money do you give away each year?"
Besides, adding up how much you gave away is not a measure of your charity for two reasons. You don't know how the money was spent and on what, and it neglects charitable service.
For example, I give bridge lessons every Sunday at no charge. And I'm taking a man to the pharmacy later today to help him select an antidepressant. Service is a better gift, especially medical service in my case, and web sites in the case of my wife, who designs and maintains websites, a gift she gives for free to a few local charities.
Even when we give money, it's seldom just handing it to somebody except in the case of overtipping, which we do just to spread it around a little, and the 200 pesos a month that goes to one of the animal shelter. But we know and trust both women that do this not to do what your priests do with it - pocket it.
Right now, Mrs. Aint and I are discussing my idea to put up four more solar panels and give more clean power to the city. Presently, we generate just slightly more than we consume with eight panels. Four more would cost us about $1800 (installed) and would generate another 4 KWHs of power a day, which would all go to the power company for free. I think it would be a great gift, but she's a little reluctant yet. She'll come over eventually.