‘The human race to which the individual belongs, may not survive, but that should not deter him… Wherever our race comes from, wherever it is going to, whatever his own fissures and weaknesses, he himself is here, is now, he must understand, create, contact.’ E M Forster (1879-1970) novelist and essayist

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  1. Why are we here?
  2. Is death the end?
  3. Without a God, or religion, are we not just materialists?
  4. Without a God, or religion, why should we care about anything?
  5. Without a God, or religion, what can we value?

Without a God, or religion, why should we care about anything?

This question often makes humanists despair.

The despair is not because they do not know how to answer the question. The despair arises because it implies that religious believers only care about things because of a god or religion.

 

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