Topic: Objective Qualities of a Human

What are the objective qualities common to all humans, any time, any place in the universe?

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Hints: Plague Doctor
read about bunnies
read about carrots
read about rocks

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compassion

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Conscience

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Freedom?

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To review:

Rock:
mass
weight
charge
inert

Carrot:
mass
weight
charge
life
take food
grow
reproduce
passive

Bunny:
mass
weight
charge
life
take food
grow
reproduce
active
feeling
pain
defense
sense danger
communicate
affection
slave to fate

Human:
mass
weight
charge
life
take food
grow
reproduce
active
feeling
pain
defense
sense danger
communicate
affection
adaptable
understanding
conscience
cerebral cortex

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Isn't it a pity?

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http://catholictechtips.stblogs.com/2011/07/09/doese-google-plus/ wrote:

Let’s talk about the dualistic persona for a moment. Sometimes we compartmentalize who we are, revealing only certain aspects of who we are or act a different way around certain environments. Some Christians go to Church on Sunday, but then go out and get drunk on Friday nights. Others may not cuss around their mother, but when around their friends feel the need to drop the F-bomb every other sentence. I’m not saying that we have to make every conversation a theological debate, nor am I saying every action a crusade, but what I am saying is this: Don’t let your environment shape who you are, but rather, let who you are shape your environment. Does Google+’s Circles encourage compartmentalization? Yes, but it is up to you how you choose to compartmentalize your social network(s). Are you going to have a dualistic persona, or will you be the best version of yourself, created in the image and likeness of God?

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