Regaining Balance The Evolution of the UUA

Humanism within the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) has been on the decline for years. Indeed, the UUA has been on the decline itself after having been instrumental in the development of modern day humanism. What... Read More

The End

Editor's note: this article deals with end-of-life care and dying with dignity. Click here for additional material on this sensitive issue. We sat hip to hip on the family room sofa that day holding hands,... Read More

Love & Death Bollywood tackles assisted suicide

Some of the most humanistic films currently being produced are coming out of the Mumbai, India-based Hindi-language film industry popularly known as Bollywood. A prime example is the 2010 movie Guzaarish, which tackles the subject... Read More

Waiting Around to Die

They were among my father’s last words, uttered a few days before he died. I sat in one of the kitchen chairs next to the hospice bed set up in the den where the television... Read More

The Lone Humanist One Man’s Struggle to Save Humanity By Defending the Prairie

America’s belief in climate change can be as fickle as the weather. Every time a heat wave or violent storm strikes, the polls register a rise in acceptance. Whenever it snows, every denier crows. The... Read More

Science of the Inconceivable

Imagine yourself on the south rim of the Grand Canyon and feel the natural power, pulsing through everything. The pulse is out there in the wind currents. The pulse is out there in the vast... Read More