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Human Observation
I dont really know what it has been lately that has caused me to take a step back from living and to start observing what is around me. When I first started doing this I would see peoples expressions when doing a task and wonder what was actually going threw their head.

It is odd to see people still having characteristics of animals in modern times. Having an unwillingness to share is one of the acts that I can easily relate to animal behavior. When asking someone to borrow something and then being turned down for no seemingly no reason at all seems very wrong. Will it harm you to let someone borrow something?...No, ok then loan it out. When a stingy act is committed it reminds of a dog with food aggression. There is more then enough to go around please give another human a break.

Have you ever seen an argument? What causes people to try to be the loudest? I have never really seen an argument won by yelling. The only thing I have seen come out of yelling was a sore thought and more frustration. Is this similar to when peacocks show their feathers for dominance? Or maybe the goal is intimidation. Either way I see yelling as something more for the rest of the animal kingdom.

When I stop to think about it and ask what really separates humans from the animals? I come to the conclusion that innovation and ideas separate us. Mankind can envision a future and make that vision become a reality. Dogs, cats and the rest of the animals are stuck with evolution and threw genetics adapting to their surrounding by survival of the fittest. Humans adapt the environment to suit them. Its not love or any other feeling that separate us from the animals. It is ideas and dreams.

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