So, it seems I might be quite an odd humanist indeed. I totally see how other humanists may see me as odd. I have a formulaic view of humanism, which, I think as far as humanists go that’s rare, or non existent. What I’m seeing mostly is appeals to history, and appeals to authority, compiled in heaps of information describing “something” called Humanism. My question is this though, is that simple enough to gain adherents without years of study? It seems like these well studied, pedantic humanists, while on the right track themselves, may not be creating a simple situation for those who don’t sit around reading all day. Recently, a friend said I was a reductionist. Something I wasn’t sure how to take, but after seeing some others in action, I actually think it’s a compliment. I’ve been able to reduce all the humanist generalities, and categories into a couple simple formulas, and patterns. My goal has always been to simulate Buddhism. Develop a seeding model, rather than a prohibitive cage, like other religions. Humanism has failed to provide a simple set of conditions for the non-bookworm. I hope to move forward with that on this page.