There are lots of definitions of what humanists believe.
The Amsterdam Declaration is the best known, but when we at the CHA decided to give free membership to anyone who wants it, we decided to give a simpler definition, and here it is.
Most humanist organisations define themselves by what they're not and what they don't believe in.
We think it's better to stand for what we do believe in. It's pretty simple.
If you think it sounds like you, please join us
You can print your card out, frame it and hang it in your hall, or you can just upload it to your social media site of choice and hang it on your wall.
Have fun, and enjoy your life: it's the only one you have!
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