[Hac-announce] NYTimes.com: On Religion: Where Are the Humanists?

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Fri Dec 28 13:25:25 EST 2012


The community is why I was a Unitarian for so many years until it got unbearable due to the falseness of the community. I am still looking for a community of fellowship with humanists that works for me now. 

I am not so sure sending unsolicited funds and messages to these families is as comforting as people suggest. What is a proper and also helpful show of support in a tragedy like this? 

Camille Solbrig 

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Subject: [Hac-announce] NYTimes.com: On Religion: Where Are the Humanists? 

	We are mentioned in the article as well. 
	Sent by rebeccaandmatthewwilliams at gmail.com: 	
		On Religion 
On Religion: Where Are the Humanists? 

At a time when more Americans are without religious affiliation, the ?nones,? as they are known, seem conspicuous in their absence from recent scenes of grief and mourning. 
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