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This colloquy, facilitated by Dora Gray, Ph.D., was inspired by the document, A Humanist Manifesto, originally written in 1933 with revisions occurring in 1973 and 2003. A manifesto is a statement published by a person or group of people, in which they say what their aims and policies are. Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without the element of supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.
How many dreams and visions remain dormant within us all both individually and collectively regarding the greater good of all? Isn’t it time to free those ideas and watch them manifest in a tangible manner? We embark today on a journey of high-level, lively discussions with a goal of creating viable take-aways to lead you closer to the fulfillment of your desires.
Dora Gray is a Life Coach and Reiki Master-Teacher practicing in New York City. She is an author, poet, and musician. The focus of her work is to assist others in healing mind, body and soul, leading to successful outcomes in all areas of life. She holds a Master of Education, is a former NYC educator in both public and private sectors, and, and is currently a staff writer for a major NYC agency. Dora holds a Doctor of Philosophical Theology, and is an ordained Interfaith Minister and Wedding Officiant in NYC. She fuels her work with her passion for writing and music, and empowers others to live their lives in a state of authenticity. As a member of the BSEC family, she serves as Chairperson of the Ethical Living Committee, and is a member of the BSEC Writers.
A colloquy is an opportunity for sharing ideas and listening to others. Come join us and feel free to participate!