Re: Soul searching (Somewhat).
Well, I finally finished reading the book. I've got to say that it was a nice read. Shortly afterwards I went on with getting my priorities in order. I suppose I am satisfied for the time being, so I can get back to dedicate more time to my drumming. I don't think being an atheist is that big of a stigma, but the faces of my classmates were priceless when I told them I was an atheist (I was doing a report on said subject.). As for Numberless, I am from Humacao, but I visit Guaynabo often. (to visit mom who works there and sometimes to hit the gym.)