For thousands of years, humans have invented stories of creation that give their existence an explanation of being that connected them to the cosmos, life, and people. These myths provided answers for existential questions, such as why am I here, how should I live and how do I know what is true? These myths provided foundations for religions. Like our ancestors, humanists also need a creation story that links us to our natural and social environments and help us make sense of our existence. Manuel Manga will lead a dialogue that explores the humanist version of the creation story.
Manuel is an organizational consultant, facilitator, and executive coach with international experience consulting to large and small organizations. He has worked with both private and non-profit organizations. Manuel holds degrees in Humanistic Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and in Social Psychology, from Boston University. He was an adjunct professor with the Leadership for Change program at Boston College. Manuel is a founding member of the Society for Organizational Learning.
This event is sponsored by the Bay Area Humanists. We'll go to a nearby restaurant for drinks and snacks or dinner after the event.