“It is OK if you don’t fit in, history only remembers the exceptional.” ― Pradeepa Pandiyan
The Humanists of North Alabama are looking for new leadership! We need three people to form a non-profit group (Articles of Incorporation) and develop Bylaws.
The non-fiction reader’s book discussion is cancelled.
Sunday, September 15:
We have two options this month:
1)Monthly Discussion meeting (2:30-4:00 pm)– Meeting this month is the Huntsville Public Library on Monroe Street in Huntsville, in the Foundation Board room on the second floor. We begin with introductions and announcements, reading, then discussion This meeting is for serious discussion – what humanist idea is on your mind? What topic do you want scheduled for future meetings?
2) Tullahoma UU Church Service (10:00 – 12:00) Several regular members are attending to hear Doug Traversa on the topic: “Free Thought and Honest Disagreement – Gadfly Papers Controversy”. The location is 3536 New Manchester Hwy, Tullahoma, TN 37388. Their website is http://www.tullahomauu.org/index.html.
“We would all like to believe that we came from nowhere but ourselves, every gesture is our own. But then we find we belong to the history and fate of a long line of beings that also may have wished to be free.” ― Patti Smith, Devotion
Monday, September 23: 6:00-7:30pm:
Café. Open and relaxed discussion on philosophical topics continues on the
fourth Monday of each month. We are meeting at KEEGAN’S OF HUNTSVILLE, 200
West Side Square, Suite 60, Huntsville, AL 35801. An assortment of salads,
sandwiches, Irish inspired fare, and beverages are available for purchase (and
to lubricate discussion). http://www.keeganshuntsville.com/ New faces are
always welcome. (PS – Happy Hour ends at 6 – you might want to arrive a few
minutes early.) (Hoping Sam’s and Greg’s will be open in their new location
“The human being who does not wish to belong to the mass must merely cease being comfortable with himself; let him follow his conscience which shouts at him: ‘Be yourself! What you are at present doing, opining, and desiring, that is not really you.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche
The Humanists of North Alabama discussion group as a closed FaceBook group to talk about Humanism in Alabama. Let us know if you’d like an invite.
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Humanists of North Alabama is an official Chapter of the American Humanist Association. Membership in the AHA is strongly encouraged!
“What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do.” Ralph Waldo Emerson