Humanity Essays

The Cry of Humanity

Many people often cry for this word in some parts of their lives. People express their craving for this entity in different manners such that protests and silent rebellion can be counted as examples of expression of the desire in attaining freedom. People may seem to be so vulnerable when it comes to freedom that they tend to freak out whenever their freedom is being suppressed by other people, say parents or government leaders. I, being a member of the…

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Humanity

People not only have a responsibility to others in the world, but an obligation to follow through,a s much as is possible, to shape a future world where conditions provide the best opportunities for all people to secure safety and happiness. Such a belief has often been regarded as “utopian” or highly idealistic, but it may be the case that actual conditions on the planet earth will reveal that utopianism is actually a form of pragmatism and that idealism, at…

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Tangibility and Intangibility of Humanity

In my artwork which is done in clay I attempted to portray how high and low culture can be merged in a sculpture. My intention for this piece was to portray a character normally found in fiction, and; attribute it with features that express human emotion. Looking at my piece one could easily say that the bust portrayed is that of a non-existent creature, such as an alien or a gargoyle. However, in portraying my theme, I intentionally gave the…

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Humanity Case

Humanity.  Perhaps this is the only word that can explain the strange comings and goings of the man from Nazareth, called Jesus.  “The Lost Tomb of Jesus,” aired March 3, on the Discovery Channel, an amazing piece of documentary.  In the city of Jerusalem, in the midst of an apartment complex, was found a place of burial.  Perhaps the burial place of, Mary Magdalene, her son Judah, and two brothers-in-law, Simon and James.  Were these the relatives of Jesus the…

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