Belief: What It Means to Believe and Why Our Convictions Are So Compelling — James E. Alcock Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts — Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson The Good Book: A Humanist Bible — A.C. Grayling Religion for Atheists: A Non-Believer’s Guide […]
About Tania Kuehn
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Entries by Tania Kuehn
Mom Material Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, certain anniversaries, and other times of the year are often a mixed bag of emotions for us. Mother’s Day might be that, too. To be sure, not every family is remotely close to those on TV shows like Family Matters or Full House! Every person reading this has a […]
A few months ago, I went to church on a Sunday morning with my mom. I was visiting her for part of the weekend, and, fully vaccinated and wearing a mask, I decided to tag along to church. And it was okay. That was not the case a few years ago when I would still […]
We’ve all taken a few risks in life, I’m sure. I know I have. Perhaps you think that I’m talking about scuba diving, or maybe black diamond runs at a ski hill. Well… not exactly. Frankly, if I’m close to a body of water or a ski hill, I’m much more likely to be reading a […]
What’s on your mind as you step out the door of your home or your workplace or the grocery store? Are you thinking about your plans for the rest of the day? About your shoes — should you have worn different ones now that you’ve had a chance to feel the temperature? About that frustrating […]
“Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.” Mark Twain “Before we can forgive one another, we have to understand one another.” Emma Goldman “The stupid neither forgive nor forget; the naive forgive and forget; the wise forgive but do not forget.” Thomas Szasz “Forget what hurt you, […]
KASHA recognizes the long and varied human history of settlement, exploitation, systemic racism, and environmental change over the land that we now call the Okanagan and Canada.
KASHA embraces all human diversity that evolution has bestowed upon us. We welcome all genders, sexual orientations, and the beautiful medley of homo sapiens to come sit, discuss and change the world with us.
A Brighter Future
It is only with our focused determination for reasoned and rational change that we will build a better and brighter future for the coming generations.