Being Human: What, Why, Who Am I?

Who am I? Why am I here? What’s going on? All of us ask these questions sometime in our lives. Ethical Humanism’s answers are drawn from a rich tradition of thought throughout the ages. Ethical Humanists seek to infuse our lives with a set of values, without looking to a single text or teacher for answers – we create those answers for ourselves. This weekly 8-session class (Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 p.m.) explores the biggest questions in life. Each session includes a short presentation, guided discussion, and a simple “homework” activity. Classes are limited to 15 participants.

For information and sign-up, contact James Croft.
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