Humanist Perspective Series: Connecting Children to Nature

Michael Barton's children climbing a tree, connecting to nature.

I have many favorite quotes about children and nature, but here are two very simple yet insightful ones: “What is the extinction of a condor to a child who has never seen a wren?” – Robert Michael Pyle, author “How can we expect [children] to really care about their natural environment if they’ve never had…

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Doing humanism

Being a Humanist isn’t just a philosophical stance one takes to distinguish oneself from our religious brethren. To be meaningful, Humanism must be put into practice. So how does one “do” Humanism? How does one go about being the best human being they can be? The way I answer the all-important question of how to…

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