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Websters dictionary defines human as human 1 Of or characteristic of man being a person of people as limited creatures human failings resembling man 2 A person Of course there is more to being human than that A concise yet broad definition of human would be any man woman child etc on this earth To be human means that you can read this paper It means that you dont have to worry you are resting comfortable at the top of the food chain There are many ways that humans are different from other animals and I have picked what I believe to be the greatest differences of all A main difference is self-awareness or the knowledge that we exist by living and dying Since we know that we will die sooner or later we take care of those who may not be able to take care of themselves to prolong the life if the ones that we love Another thing that self-awareness dose for us is that it makes us search for meaning in life and get the most out of it before we leave this physical plane That leads us to religion one of the other things that separate us from animals All most all humans have a religion that believes in an after life Some believe in rebirth where you never die but keep living in different states on the earth In all most all religions there is a superior being or superior beings that concept is similar to the way our government works There are primitive animal concepts that show traces of government such as the almighty wolf that appoints an alpha pair similar to a king and queen to make the best decisions for the survival of the pack Humans appoint government to prevent chaos from killing us off Even though our government is far far far from perfect there is still a sense of security
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