Blog Posts - Humanism

Online radio interivew with Jen Hancock author of The Humanist Approach to Happiness

The Humanist Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom  The Humanist Approach to Happiness Life Skills Class  Jen Hancock’s Handy Humanism Handbook  http://thehandyhumanismhandbook.
by alchemyofscrawl on Mar 1, 2012

Evangelical Christians Standing with our Catholic Brethren against The Obama Regime

Has the Anti-Christ Appeared? Voting American Stands with our Catholic Brethren From the Catholic Exchange we read: On January 20, 2012, the Obama administration announced that faith-based institutions must cover free contraception for employees. Wh...

Nicholas Ind’s Meaning at Work: finding fulfilment in the early 2010s

Two of my friends have books coming out. I’ll discuss one for now, as it’s been a long long weekend.    The first is my Medinge Group colleague Nicholas Ind’s Meaning at Work, which has now made it on to Amazon, and...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Feb 6, 2012

Obama See’s his Shadow…..Six More Months of High Unemployment Forecast

The Obama Administration reminds me of the Movie Ground Hog Day in that each day in America we see this President doing the same things over and over again and expecting a different result.  That is the definition of Insanity … Continue readin...

WAKE UP AMERICA: A Painting is Worth a Thousand Words…..and more

From The Blaze: Painting of Obama Trampling Constitution Resurfaces, Artist‘s New Work Tells ’Enslaved‘ Americans to ’Wake Up!’ Some may already be familiar with the image featured above. For those who aren’t, it is painting titled “The...

Humanity or Religion????

Well..I saw this documentary yesterday...The God Richard Dawkins...pretty interestin was shockin to see tht in many parts of even the 1st world countries children r brought up believin tht only their religion is gonna lead...
by Problem child...... on Dec 12, 2010

Buddhism and humanity

In this episode, we wrap up our conversation about humanism and Buddhism and what the two might have to say to one another, starting off with a question about what Buddhism might say regarding the value or importance of humanity. Humanism seems to su...
by the DharmaRealm on Oct 8, 2010

Individual practice, community practice

Even though this week’s episode isn’t really about humanism per se, we pick up where we left off last time, allowing Scott a moment to clarify what he meant when he said that Buddhism doesn’t care about the individual. This week is...
by the DharmaRealm on Sep 24, 2010

Buddhism and Humanism

We’re back! Using a couple of related listener questions as a jumping off point, we start a conversation about what Buddhism might have to say about (secular) humanism or what humanism might have to say about Buddhism. Apart from anything human...
by the DharmaRealm on Sep 10, 2010

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