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The Moveable Feast.
Our next social dinner will be at
Rumba Island

1800 Gulf-To-Bay Blvd Clearwater (N.E. Corner of G-T-B & Keene) Sunday, October 19th, 2014 @ 5:00 P.M. This restaurant has a variety of early bird specials. Seafood, Barbecue and Caribbean $9 and up per entree. Reasonably priced beers and wines are available also. *NOTE: Early birds must be ordered by 5:30PM*
RSVP! Please reserve by Oct 18th with Glenn Paul at 727-595-3347 or by email at kpaul29@tampabay.rr.com

Ed. Note. Glenn is looking for someone to help with the task of selecting restaurants, and handling the RSVP’s. If you can help, it will keep this popular program going. Call Glenn. GP

Get Ready for the Annual Florida Humanist Conference: FreeFlo 2014
October 10th to the 12th in Orlando.
For more info: http://free-flo.org/

Our regular meetings (with some exceptions) are held on the first Saturday of every month at 2 PM in the
Clearwater Countryside Library at 2741 State Rd. 580 Clearwater, FL 33761 Map
See our newsletter for the current month, to learn more about our activities.

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The Humanist Society of the Suncoast
6814 Charlotte Harbor Way Or, E-mail us at: learn at suncoasthumanist.com
Tampa, FL 33625-3765.

We stand at the cusp of a new way of thinking about and understanding our world; one which is not bound to the traditions of prosaic beliefs and archaic institutions. American Humanism is a consistent advocate for a naturalistic approach to the problems of human life.

To find ourselves in the natural universe and more intimately, in the lives of others of our kind, is to recognize the true source of our individual humanity. From this source flows our ability and responsibility to lead meaningful lives, capable of adding to the greater good and intrinsic beauty of the humanity we share with all.

On a practical level, we aspire to fulfill the human desire to know. We challenge the stifling
limitations of religiously restricted thinking. At almost every meeting we examine issues of
ethics, science, philosophy, politics, history, art, or some other aspect of human knowledge
and life that helps us become the articulate informed advocates for the greater good of
humanity we desire to be. It is not just for Humanists to learn such things, but for all fully
engaged citizens who want a better world for themselves, and all the future citizens who
will inherit our world. And, having acquired this understanding, it becomes our ethical
responsibility to actively create human well being. Being "good" is not a passive condition.

This is your invitation to a better form of life than we have had before. • J.P. © 2014

We are a member organization of the Tampa Bay Coalition of Reason.

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