Randy Best, Ethical Culture Leader, Humanist Minister, and University Administrator, will speak in the morning then present a free afternoon workshop (see separate event page).
In the 10:30 talk, Randy will reflect on his experience of emotional and physical recovery following a severe a traffic accident. He will share the tools that helped him in his journey. He will examine how his Ethical Humanist philosophy served to help him pick up and get moving again and find a renewed sense of gratitude and connection in his recovery process.
A life-long member of Ethical Humanism/ Ethical Culture, Randy was born in St. Louis and grew up attending the St. Louis Ethical Society where his parents are still active members. Since 2008 he has served as the Leader of the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle (NC). Randy received a B.A. from Grinnell College and a Master’s Degree from Harvard University. He is also a graduate of the Humanist Institute, certified Mediator, and Pastoral Counselor.
Before the program (9:30-10), partake in our monthly breakfast fundraiser! Rumor has it there will be fresh blueberries to enhance the pancakes, as well as huevos rancheros.