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Is ‘equianimity’ relevant for an atheist?
Wikipedia describes ‘equanimity’ as promoted by several religion.
Is ‘equianimity’ possible for one who does not have a religious ‘faith’? I find it very interesting that there are two possible extremes of life - one of constant and curious engagement with present in a deeply involved sense of meaning and other of a conscious detachment from everything around without being indifferent to life.
Should ‘equianimity’ be a preferred state of mind for a more meaningful life?
Closing Statement from Pabitra Mukhopadhyay
My conclusion: Equanimity is certainly relevant for atheists.