Dr. Joseph Chuman, Leader
Monica Weiss Presides
With the election season past, I want to turn my attention to an issue of concern to the personal lives of all of us.
We have all lost to death beloved relatives and friends. We have also suffered the pain of the loss of fellow members of the Ethical Society, some of whom we may have known for years. All religions take it upon themselves to respond to death. Ethical Culture, though it has no prescribed way with regard to mourning, nevertheless puts forward values and which can enable us to cope more effectively at times of the death of loved ones. In my address of December 9th I will explore some of those values and approaches toward death and grief.
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