If you're unsure who qualifies, see the photo for the brief 10 Commitments or the much more detailed tutorial on this site:
Of course, comments are welcome. Being Humanism is a philosophy, your disagreements are too.
Perhaps akin to motherhood statements, Kristin Wintermute's observations that,
"Without a definitive set of beliefs, dogma, or scripture, humanism appears nebulous, which is the main reason we at the American Humanist Association Center for Education have developed the Ten Commitments."
are more honoured in the breach than the observance.
You get a hard on, being the "one" who defines what category people should be in. You want to be the "one" who defines all the labels. You get your panties in a bunch calling all sorts of us "gnostic", but by posting these definitional posts (and you have done several), it is you who is the "gnostic". When you read this particular list is not hard to note you personally do not live up to at least two (Humility, Empathy) and likely others but we do not know you well enough to say. I said it before, you are a hypocrite, a narcissist and a hum bug. Oh, and now you are going to report me to the powers to be and the FCC.
Ist at the end of a word means: a follower of a distinctive practice, system, or philosophy, typically a political ideology or an artistic movement.
I personally am not such a big fan of the word human. There are those that have labeled ourselves as god for 1000s of years. I might would consider being called a "godist" maybe spelt, "goddist" before I would consider being labeled a humanist.
I used to believe I was but this is too much politically loaded nonsense from far left Christianity.
I can support basic human rights without forcing other people's children to memorize pronouns and juggle plastics that were never compatible enough to recycle in the first place.
I left Christianity because it was never my fight in the first place.