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Time Passes – Leave A Positive Legacy

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School picture from 1973 The artist as a young man (circa 1973)

This month is the anniversary of my birth. Part of our life cycle. Birth, living, then death. All simple, neat and tidy. Millions have done it before me and millions more will come after me. Why am I so special? What is my purpose? It may surprise you to know, I know the answer to those questions and I’m both thrilled and scared about it at the same time. Whenever my birthday comes around, I get this sick feeling of dread that I try to hide from my friends and family. (Oops! LOL) But I don’t want to ignore the date. We can celebrate growing old.
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Practical Humanism

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Just announcing two new essays I wrote for the Central Ohio Humanist have now been posted to my iHumanism website. They deal with the practical application of the Humanist philosophy in one’s every day life.

Practical Ideas About Humanism: First, the Basics — The first in a series about the practical application of Humanism. This essay sets some basic assumptions that will be the back bone of following essays.

Practical Ideas About Humanism: THINK! — The second in a series about the practical application of Humanism. This essay highlights Carl Sagan’s “Baloney Detection Kit” for use by Freethinkers.