Human Matters: Wise and Witty Counsel on Relationships, Parenting, Grief and Doing the Right Thing.

Human Matters: Wise and Witty Counsel on Relationships, Parenting, Grief and Doing the Right Thing.

by Steven Kalas
     
 


In his newspaper column, Human Matters, Steven Kalas answers readers' questions and adds his musings about life, love, family, ethics, sex, culture, art, philosophy, religion, celebration andsuffering - from the most noble aspects of the human experience to its deepest, darkest secrets.He allows us to look through his unique and quirky lenses to see his view of…  See more details below

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In his newspaper column, Human Matters, Steven Kalas answers readers' questions and adds his musings about life, love, family, ethics, sex, culture, art, philosophy, religion, celebration andsuffering - from the most noble aspects of the human experience to its deepest, darkest secrets.He allows us to look through his unique and quirky lenses to see his view of the world.Reading Human Matters is like talking with a therapist, writer, philosopher, father, former priest, performing singer/songwriter, and an amateur stand-up comic. Kalas is all of those things. Infusing his writings on everythingfrom sexuality to hockey violence, are the repeating themes of personal integrity, responsibility, loyalty, spiritual enlightenment, and just being the best you that you can be.Being human demands of us, that we act like human beings, and not lesser creatures. Or as Kalas wrote in a recent column, "I can't prove that being human matters. But I've decided to live as if it does."

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932173574
Publisher:
Stephens Press, LLC
Publication date:
03/01/2008
Pages:
215
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author


Steven Kalas graduated from Northern Arizona University with a B.S. in Psychology and earned his Masters in Theology at Southern Methodist University.He currently lives in Las Vegas and works as a marriage and family counselor, bereavement specialist, and behavioral health consultant. Kalas writes Human Matters, published in newspapers throughout the country. He regularly speaks throughout the country.

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