Kathryn Alexander MA
AQai - Adaptibility Assessment
The modern story of our origins, via a “Big Bang” and evolution, gives ways of understanding ourselves and our world that can be shared by all people worldwide; and serve as a foundation for considering why things are as they are and why we act the ways we do, and how we can learn to do better. The recognition that all life exists in interconnected ecosystems has profound implications. Ignorance of this situation has led to the dire global crises we face today. The religious naturalist orientation offers the possibility of a better way forward. As we are amazed and moved by the wonders of our lives and our world, and as we want good lives for our children and those who will follow, we try to notice, appreciate, care, and to act in ways that are good – for ourselves, and for our families and communities, and for the world.