Let the Music Move You

This week, the Ethical Society of Northern Westchester hosts the program.  Carl Romano of Northern Westchester is the featured speaker. Rather than RYSEC’s usual gathering time from 11-11:15, we’ll start promptly with the program at 11 am. Contributions to...

Sources of Hope

Values From Our Past as We Build the Future This 106th Assembly of the American Ethical Union has addressed “the whole truth about America” where history has been triumphant for some and traumatic for others. How do we understand and reconcile such disparity? As we...

Change

Change is a given and it can be a real pain in the rear. However, there are times when change is essential, needed, and we still resist. What is it about us as humans that we often will not do what is best for us? How strange we all are! Let’s take a look at change...

Sustainability: How to Avoid Ecocide

Lorraine Jenks, this morning’s speaker, is known as “The Little Green Queen” after 50 years of environmental activism.  She is passionate, witty, and well-informed. This morning’s platform is hosted by the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County.  We’ll start promptly...

Our Commitment to Human Worth

Historically and today, the commitment to human worth is central in Ethical Societies. What do we mean by human worth? Where did the concept come from? How is this different from a credal belief? How do we ground something we cannot see, touch, or measure? What are...

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