hey guys, here is whats happening Sunday the 15th... We realize that it's Father's Day
So here's a great idea... give your Dad the gift of Free Thought, take him to a Humanist Meeting.
Thanks for your patience as we reorganize the Meetup, in about two weeks everything will be up and running = )
Here is whats up on the 15th. -Jas (619)[masked]
Exactly what does the California Supreme Court's May Equality of Marriage Ruling mean? Is it the end of sanctified marriage? Will fire and brimstone rain from the skies? Will life as we know it really come to an end?
Humanist Celebrant and HASD President Jason Frye will answers these and many other pressing question and he will let you know what's going on with this historic decision, as well as offer the Humanist take on last month's decision.
The Humanist Association of San Diego cordially invites you to celebrate Civil Rights and the Vernal Equinox Sunday June 15th at 1 pm. Come on down to the Joyce Beers Center in Hillcrest to join us for our quarterly potluck party. Bring food, friends, and an appetite for engaging conversation! Please check sdhumanist.org for updates or more info.
Welcome to the Meetup page for the Humanist Association of San Diego. "Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of Humanity" (Humanist Manifesto III).
The Humanist Association has been meeting since 1970 to foster Humanist community, advocate civil rights and the humanist philosophy, promote critical thought and science education, and to work to become better people in the process.
Each month we get together to discuss current events, hold workshops on ethics, investigate the history of humanism and freethought, offer a monthly lecture and speaker series, perform service in our community, and go for hikes and enjoy other outdoor activities. We also put on plays, host traveling lecturers, and put on a regular regional conference.
Lastly, who are Humanists? We are people of good will pursuing being citizens in the human race to the utmost of our abilities. We celebrate the human potential to do such good, the capacity of the human mind to create great works of art and thought. We cherish the efficacy in cooperation to make this world a better place in the here and now with an eye on the future.
Not all Humanists are Atheists, and not all Atheists are Humanists, though a lot of us are in both camps. At its core, Humanists find the God question irrelevant in terms of morality and ethics. Humanism is more than an ontological statement, but a progressive philosophy that strives to make this one life a wonderful and fulfilling event for all whom live it.