While short of being referred to as a curmudgeon, it's been called to my attention that I'm a non-conformist. Naturally, most atheists are categorized as evil non-c's. In a sense, we're rebels.
I've never thought of myself as any one of those. It's not on purpose that I'm "different". Perhaps, it's just a part of my personality. I can blame it on genetic predisposition or something, but I won't. That's not fair to my parents (both believers in god, by the way).
My non-conformity manifests itself in many ways. I especially eschew modernity. It's quite a list! I watch TV on an old set--not flat screen, which I despise--using an old-fashion antenna and "conversion box". My VCR (not DVD) is not hooked up. My radios have cassette tape doors. When I walk, I listen to music on an old transister radio. I have an old vinyl record player. My computer is an old desk top. I don't do Kindle (sp?)--library books are fine. And thanks to my daughter, I recently got a cell phone. No I-phone/pad or whatever they're all called. The list goes on.
I'm quite satisfied with what I have, and don't miss or regret not playing with all the new-fangled toys available. Perhaps it's because I live a spartan life or because I'm careful with my money. Perhaps it's because I'm not good with technology (my cell phone drives me crazy). I'm incompetent for sure. I think it's more of my "give me the simple life" mindset. I enjoy splitting firewood by hand, for example.
At my age (71), I really don't care what people, including my own 4 children, think of me. It's who I am. And I'm comfortable in my own skin. That definitely includes excluding a hovering god. My god is myself.