Secular people don’t always have to craft their worldview, ethics, and way of life from scratch. But without religion, what sources *can* we turn to for input and inspiration? What leaders, philosophers, artists, and sages are worth listening to, and what teachings are worth incorporating into our own life paths? What might “following” look like–with what risk and what reward–in a time that values leaders, not followers?
These are among the questions taken up monthly by the WTF? (Who to Follow?) discussion group, offered by the Yale Humanist Community (YHC) on the fourth Monday of every month. The group is facilitated by Tom Krattenmaker, a YHC board member and contributing columnist for USA Today specializing in issues at the intersection of religion, culture, and politics.