Sometimes you just gotta find humanity aka do some #PeopleWatching.
Whether you believe in God, Allah, Buddah or none of those, you unknowingly believe in the human spirit.
You have a connection. Wouldn’t you rather buy a sandwich from a human than a machine?
Aren’t you curious about this person with the red feathers?
Would you dare show interest in him? Would you ask him these questions?
1. Why did you decide to wear red feathers?
2. How often do you workout?
3. Are you gay?
4. Do you come here often?
Everyone needs the human connection.
So why do we see so much of this? Not exactly a tourist attraction.
Thanks to Abir Sultan of European Pressphoto Agency and Halden Krog of AP.
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Here is a great article about workplace relationships and their importance.
This article reinforces the belief that humans are humane and corporations usually are not.
Humans are geared to help other humans, foster friendships and nurture family.
Corporations, on the other hand, are geared for making a profit. They too often look at the short term including how to cut costs. This may lead to dumping into the ground or river as happened recently in Virginia.
Sure corporations are a legal entity. They were created to protect its members, build a brand name and provide tax money to society.
But when Lincoln and the Constitution mention inalienable rights, they are talking about the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are the rights of humans not corporations.
That is why reversing the Supreme Court Citizens United case and voting for Senate Joint Resolution 19 is so important. Let’s take our democracy back.