My sister-in-law sent me an e-mail today detailing "advice to follow to improve your life". Some of the advice was common sense but it also included "Carry a Bible to read while you are waiting in lines", "Bring scriptures along everywhere you go in case you need inspiration", "Give your worries to God" and "Connect with Godly people". It cannot be a secret to this woman that I am an atheist since I do not join in prayers at family events (nor have I ever, in the 10 years she has known me), my atheism is all over my Facebook page and I am certain we have had past discussions about the topic. So...do I ignore the e-mail or do I respond? If I respond, should how should I answer? I'm not sure if she even thought about it since she sent this to, apparently, everyone in her address book. Maybe she just thought she was sending me something nice or that I could overlook the religious parts of it. I don't want this to become an issue at every family gathering but on the other hand, I really don't want to keep receiving e-mails littered with beliefs that I find objectionable. Advice?