Participating in Humanist Communities Makes a Difference Cassandra Brandt Foundation Beyond Belief

Read More Foundation Beyond Belief Like many humanists I was raised religious. In the years that followed my apostasy, sometimes I missed the camaraderie and community: church potlucks, theatrical plays, holiday celebrations, and charitable volunteering and fundraising. Studies show that community is important for pro-social behavior, volunteerism, health, happiness, and well-being. Community connection can be complicated in today’s society, though,…
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