Discussions about how Humanists can best live our lives.
One of the cool parts about my job is that I have inspired others to ask questions about what it means to live life as a Humanist. In one Humanist Community in OH they started having discussions about this topic and decided to post the results of their discussions online. In a 10 part Strategies for Humanist Living they discuss:
- How to describe your way of thinking - http://www.hcco.org/node/178
- How to encourage critical thinking in others - http://www.hcco.org/node/181
- How to advocate for reasonableness and compassion - http://www.hcco.org/node/182
- How can you tell if someone is a humanist - http://www.hcco.org/node/185
- What art and entertainment reflects a Humanist worldview - http://www.hcco.org/node/186
- What do you say when someone says bless you or have a blessed day? http://www.hcco.org/node/189
- How to deal with an overtly obnoxious religious person in the workplace - http://www.hcco.org/node/191
- What comfort does Humanism provide when dealing with rejection - http://www.hcco.org/node/194
- What should children be taught about religion? http://www.hcco.org/node/197
- How does having a community of Humanists help? http://www.hcco.org/node/201
What a great exercise in humanist thinking. Do you agree with their answers? If not, why not?