John Hutcheson thinks that the current, rather jocular, perception that working with rationalist, atheistic and humanist groupings is akin to herding cats, needs an overhaul. Instead of scattering in all directions, like our furry felines John suggests we see ourselves as a lion pride or wolf pack, working together with a common directive.
Sean Faircloth in his recent talks in NZ stressed that we get behind local groups and support each other.
John has interesting observations and suggestions for us to consider and discuss. You are invited to come along and hear what John has to say and offer your own perspective.