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North York, ON

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May 8, 2013

What do you believe are (the most) important parts of the Humanist worldview?

As a human, doing what I know I should do, without looking for excuses to justify inaction. So being personally accountable for everything I do [or influence].

When joining meetings, will you challenge yourself to be as intellectually rigorous and emotionally honest as you can? (For example — asking the 3 main Humanist questions from the description.)

Yes definitely, I can't wait to be challenged and have my limits pushed!


Hi, I'm an ex-fundamentalist who is doing my best to balance reason and compassion.

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