Friends — Mark Manning

Quite a ride have I enjoyed with Dr. Bennett over the recent decade of his far longer devotion to this cause. My invitation to be in the side-car of this powerful philosophical development has been a personal thrill. I am honored to be considered his friend, and I admit to being a bit befuddled and inadequate when he asks for my help in any way.

My own writings on the question of mankind’s place in the cosmos, and his apparent drive to self-destruction, came from my background in religion and education in theology. Eventually pulling myself away from those concepts that have brought pain and misery to humanity, I began a less-than-devoted search for some more meaningful grasp of the meaning of life. Becoming a Humanist has been a large and satisfying change to my everyday world; learning of Eyelemics has allowed me to feel there may be some brighter future for our species.

Hopefully your introduction to Worldview Eyelemica will begin a similar expansion in your own outlook on our universe and our common purpose.

1 Comment

  1. Gerry says:

    Haahhaha. I’m not too bright today. Great post!

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