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What Makes Us Human

Culture is the integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends upon the capacity for learning and transmitting knowledge to succeeding generations. It is the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution, organization, race, or any group of people. 616 more words

Why Should People Care About Others?

When people drop something, others will pick it and give it back to them. When people tumble at stairs, others will help them stand up. When people get lost, others will guide them. 281 more words



My fragile conscience pricks me,

Every second that I’m alive.

Blood oozes out of the tiny openings,

But I still can’t see I’m lying.


The Other One, or How I Learned To Be Happy.

Back in 2004, October, the 15th to be precise, I was heartbroken, at the airport. In my pathetic state of pity, I knew I needed to distract myself from calling my then boyfriend, one more time, from the payphone at MIA. 978 more words


“Patriotism is a maggot in their heads” and thoughts on exploration (Walden 199)

Last time I ended with this: “Every man is the lord of a realm beside which the earthly empire of the Czar is but a petty state, a hummock left by the ice.” Thoreau has been talking about travel and discovery, but we soon realize that he’s talking about self-discovery, and he follows with this startling passage: 711 more words


Fate is Deserved

The bell sounds. It doesn’t seem to produce a normal ringing sound, but rather an ominous boom signifying an upcoming fate that will be just as gloomy as the rain storm outside. 584 more words



Blood on  my  hands, bright  red  and  warm

Where is  it  from , sticky  thick . Have  I caused  harm?

It  runs  slowly  down  my  fingers then drips on to the sand. 290 more words