San Diego, CAUSA 92127
August 18, 2013
My journey to humanism was a long process that at times was painful. When I "believed" in a god, I was filled with doubt. Now, as a non-believer, I am at a greater peace about my conviction. I only recently heard the term "humanism" and find that it is such a positive perspective on questions of life's journey.
For most of my life, I was a member of a faith community. Not out of a deep conviction, but rather because that was what we always did. I am not really interested in the political perspective of my conviction, although I am a strong proponent of separation of church and state. I still strive for a fellowship with people of strong moral character - simply not faith based. Long story short? I am open to different experiences!
An article in the paper today led me to the Humanist Society which led me to your website.
Wife, Mother, Grandmother, sister, friends, middle school teacher. Let's just say I keep busy!