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I Make My Atheist Children Say Grace At The Dinner Table

An atheist family recognising the benefits of some religious traditions

Photo by Paul Zoetemeijer on Unsplash

A few months ago my family started saying grace before every meal, it can go a little something like this “Thank you for this delicious meal before us”, or on other occasions, my son or daughter might recall…




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