Sometimes, I’ve wondered what — if anything — would happen if I had to check into a hospital anytime in the near future and was asked about my religion. My answer to that question would be NONE. SECULAR HUMANIST. If asked whether I’d like to be visited by a clergymember, the answer would be NO, BUT THANKS FOR ASKING. My lack of religion has created awkward situations in other settings. During a morning commute in 2012, I sat in the back of a taxicab leaving JFK Airport for Manhattan. Traffic was moving at a snail’s pace, and the driver tried … Continue reading What Would Albert Camus Do?