I often refer to a humanist ceremony as a civil ceremony with heart. Marriage is sacred. Love is sacred. These ceremonies feel sacred without mentioning God and without being religious. After a humanist ceremony I had conducted, a man came over to me and said, "I want you to know that I agree with your theology." I tilted my head in amusement as it happened to be a ceremony where the word God was not mentioned, nor had I espoused any particular theology. I then put my hand gently upon this man’s hand and replied, "It is a theology of the heart." Hence, the title for the first chapter of my book: "What is Interfaith? A Philosophy of the Heart"