Words are vibrations of molecules
Sorry, but I actually turned off right at this first sentence. There didn't seem to be any further need of trying to interpret your molecules after this. lol. Though you may be technically correct in some obscure way that remotely relates to the human condition being discussed, I really don't get airheads. (sorry if that sounds a bit harsh; please do correct me if I've missed the significance of what you are saying).
oh my, but I do feel I've found a confidant...
I live in Africa
Me too, Kenya. Where are you?
Complete dislike for all human life? I have a feeling we'll get along just fine,
hmm, I have several friends who have long since given up hope for Kenya, yet they still continue to work here trying the best they can. I'm wavering on the edge. I'm still contemplating whether or not to start my "Githongo for president" campaign but I don't want to be made an enemy of the state! ( I can explain that in more detail privately if necessary).
but as a Christian I have no problem with swearing
As a Christian, you should! (Matt 5)
as an atheist I don't have a problem with the latter if the reason behind is to increase another person's character or provoke improvement?
As an atheist you don't have any worries. Ever heard the joke: "when is an atheist all dressed up with nowhere to go? A: his funeral!" Waaaa hhaaa haaa!
Anyway, since you finish your own thought off with a question mark it's hard to know what your thoughts are about increasing another person's character or provoking improvement. Can you clarify?