shutterstock_158666294-620x413Atheists looking to deliver Thanksgiving grace devoid of any mention of the Almighty are in luck this holiday season, as the American Humanist Association, a nontheistic nonprofit, has released a series of secular invocations for nonbelievers. While many faithful view Thanksgiving as a holiday on which they pause to thank God for life’s blessings, others see it as a more secular day during which they can reflect on and appreciate their lives. “Thanksgiving is a uniquely secular holiday, as gratitude is a universal human emotion,” American Humanist Association executive director Roy Speckhardt said in a statement. “This special day of the year is a chance for humanists and other nontheists to express gratitude to their friends and loved ones.” More