Author: Wayne Wilson

Altruism Now is the time we can all vow to make the world a better place one day at a time by being our authentic selves. Each of us is capable of helping the world. Often, we think that it …

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National Day of Reason On Thursday, May 6, 2021, please join the Freethought Society, Recovering From  Religion, the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the Secular Student Alliance and the Secular Coalition for America as we celebrate The National Day of Reason …

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President’s Message A big hello to you, my precious friends. I hope that this edition finds you healthy, happy and ready for Spring. We have been through alot in the past year. There is light at the end of this …

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My Journey to Humanism One of our most popular historical features has been members sharing their own Personal Roads to Humanism. You may find it interesting to compare and contrast with your own personal experiences you encountered on your own …

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Mid-Thirties Millennial Last month, I turned 36 years young, and as I’ve been keenly following the phenomenal journalist-historian Heather Cox-Richardson this past year (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/27/business/media/heather-cox-richardson-substack-boston-college.html), I have been reflecting on the entire political, economic, and historic context/backdrop of my life thus …

February 2021 Read More »

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