Non-religious individuals who are experiencing grief need a resource that they can turn to as they process their grief. They need a resource that will help them cope, as Humanists, with the emotional trauma that is the grieving process. This is that book.
Jennifer Hancock’s book – The Humanist Approach to Happiness – has been translated into the following languages. Spanish, Italian and Swahili
In these three videos, author Joe Simonetta gives a three-part talk, “Astonish the World, Tell the Simple Truth.” The talk is based on his highly acclaimed book, Seven Words That Can Change the World. This presentation has been described by one attendee as the clearest presentation of realty that he had ever heard. He says it can be the basis for a new world belief system.
6 week course. Covers Humanism 101, ethics, critical thinking, compassion, responsibility and coping strategies
A book from famed Humanist Edward Said – focuses on the intersection of philosophic Humanism and the necessity of a humanities education that is global in nature.
This is a great book. Even though it is geared towards non-religious parents, it still lays out the principles of Humanist parenting quite well and can provide you with helpful ideas on how to provide for the needs of your increasingly independant child.
This 1 1/2 hour course taught by Rick Heller of the Humanist Mindfulness group will walk you through the history of the practice, what science tells us happens when we meditate and how this practice works as an essential natural and humanistic life skill.
his is a 45 minute video course that covers: Definition of Humanism, History of Humanism, Central Values of Humanism, Famous Humanists and Frequently Asked Questions about Humanism