“Good Intentions are Simply Not Enough”
This program has been pre-recorded.
There was a time when I thought that having good intentions was enough. Lately, I have realized that good intentions, in themselves, are simply not good enough. Good intentions do not guarantee good outcomes. What is more important is the impact your actions have on others and what you do about it. Through examples and musings, Randy will elaborate on this idea.
Randy Best is the Leader (Humanist Minister) of the Northern Virginia Ethical Society in Vienna, Virginia. Born in St. Louis, he grew up attending the Ethical Society of St. Louis where is mother is still a member. Randy is a graduate of Grinnell College, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and the Humanist Institute. He is a certified Ethical Culture Leader, Mediator, and pastoral counselor. He currently divides his time between Northern Virginia and Durham, North Carolina, where his wife Sarah Howe is a ceramic artist. Sarah and Randy have four grown children who they homeschooled and two grandsons.