When an atheist / naturalist / materialist asks:
“Who am I?”
“Why am I here?”
“Where am I going?”
on atheism there is only one possible answer.
“You are the accidental by-product of nature, a result of matter plus time plus chance. There is no reason for your existence beyond chance. All you face is death.”
The existential implications of atheism compels some atheists to say, “You’re wrong. I’m a person of value and worth.”
Wrong yet again. In atheist world, if you say you have X amount of worth and your neighbour says you have no worth, your neighbour is just as correct as you are, for both arbitrary statements carry an equal amount of truth.
On atheism, death is your fate and, as Sartre has stated, when eternity is gone, it makes no difference if your death comes one year from now or one hour from now. At death, the illusion of “you” will cease to exist forever.
Since, on atheism, every trace of your present existence will one day be gone forever, your existence now is no more significant than that of a fly or a pig. On atheism, your origin is the same as a fly’s origin and so is your demise. In the end, neither your life, nor that of a fly makes one bit of difference.
Not - One - Bit!
On atheism, life has no ultimate meaning. You’re just an accident of nature.