The Washington Post‘s On Faith section asked a number of people from difference religious groups (and a couple non-religious ones) what they would say at the Thanksgiving table.
My response is up at their site and here’s an excerpt:
Atheists have plenty to be thankful for — without the need to include anything supernatural or non-existent on our lists.
Our families. Our children. Our health. Our friends. Our careers. Our communities.
The people who enrich our lives, who challenge us, and who support us no matter what we do or believe.
We’re thankful we’re alive when the odds against us even being born are overwhelming.
The rest of the responses are here. Too much to read? Here’s a summary of all the other responses: God, God, God, Nature, God, God, Yoga. (