Essay on Humanity

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Essay on Humanity

By | October 2008
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This is an essay discussing human love, corruption, evil and hatred, and its relation to human nature. This is my philosophy; it is the product of what I have learned from other people and through observation of the world around me.The key ideas I will be supporting in the following paragraphs is that it is human nature to want to give and receive love; and a nature that must be exploited the fullest in order to rectify the current state of the world. Evil, competition, hatred and the human capabilities of such, are also woven into human nature; but only exists because it must, in order for love to exist, and must not be used.

Before I continue, I must establish exactly what love is. This is very hard, because language cannot fully describe it; and in fact it will be an understatement of love, but for the sake of this composition I will make an attempt. Love is a sense of communication, caring, and emotion, benefiting both parties exchanging it. Love is a unity between humans. Caring, forgiveness, and acceptance are forms of love. Note that love comes in many forms, and it is not always the romantic love that you are probably most accustomed to.

Human love is just that, love between humans. If we are capable of it, then it is in our human nature. The capability of love is an honorable human trait and should be exploited to the fullest; and why not exploit it? It feels glorious, both the giving and the receiving of it. It is the most powerful gift we humans have. It can and will, so long as hope continues to thrive, trump any evil act it may confront. Every single human being is capable of love, every single human has it in them; it just sometimes needs a helping hand in order to surface. Every human, deep inside, wants to experience love. Oh and on a side note, start with yourself. You are in fact a conscious human being, and loving yourself is very possible.

Like most things, there are of course some exceptions. Now, I know I stated that every human...