Thursday, 28 March 2013
Grass Roots Humanism
The British Humanist Association defines Humanism as "an ethical and fulfilling non-religious approach to life."
They aim to "extend and deepen public understanding of Humanism" , to promote a way of life that is "rational...and ethical" and "seek to make meaning in life in the here and now".
One audience the BHA hopes to reach is religious people - not to `convert` them away from their beliefs, but "with a view to increased mutual understanding" and "to ensure that humanists and the non-religious are represented in dialogue between people of different beliefs on a local level."
If that sounds like your kind of thing and want to learn more, click here ;