Secular Grace is a proactive acceptance, love and caring for our fellow human beings person to person. It is humanism+.
Secular Grace asserts human worth, dignity and rights and attempts to ethically follow all the implications from these assertions. Secular Grace is a graceful life philosophy on how to live life well and thrive as a human being in all of its diverse expressions. Secular Grace recognizes the very human need to experience connection, belonging, awe, wonder and most of all love. No gods required.
The concept of Secular Grace acknowledges that there is nothing more valuable, moral or ethical than people loving and accepting one another.
The post that started it all:
Expressions of Secular Grace
- Why I am a humanist
- Magic feathers and sugar pills
- You are not broken, you are human
- Book review: Grace without God
- Podcast Episode: Sasha Sagan: For Small Creatures Such As We
Secular Humanist Graces (Saying grace)
Looking for a way to say grace before meals while maintaining your authenticity and integrity as a secular humanist? Here are some of my Secular Humanist Graces. I’ll be adding more secular rites, rituals and graces as time goes on.