Category: For Humans
Articles, Resources, & Tools for Humans
The HU•MAN CON•DI•TION is something that explores, engages, and enacts human existence.
So, you can be a human whenever you want (except when we do something that puts you to absolute shame) and enjoy these blog posts that question what it means to be human and live a better existence.
Posts “for humans” are going to look at abstract concepts and their roles in the world and in storytelling. Not only will they address lifestyles itself, but also:
• our psychological perception of it;
• how it helps us to understand the world;
• how we can practice it in productive ways;
• why it’s important to critique and change; and
• current trends in self-interests.
Being a retired human myself, I problem solve based on my experiences and studies. With this, I encourage you to find out more, continue to be a lifelong learner, and connect it to your life. Just like the definition, they will hopefully inspire you to explore, engage, and enact a better life. In the perfect world, from it, you’ll learn something new every day.
A former student of mine, Zane Indie I call him, actually honed in his writing passion through a game. I finally wanted to find out what these “game stories” were all about, so I interviewed him about his journey during 2.5 years playing Dungeons and Dragons.
My siblings noticed I was a nerd as a child when we would watch movies. If there was anything that sounded cool and historical–tattoo, book, weapon, anything–I would look it up. I want to show you five of my favorite ancient texts from movies and shows that I wish were in my library.
If you want to be a good writer, you have to keep reading. So, I aimed for a book a month before last year and that really worked for me. This year I want to aim for two a month. What am I reading that abundantly? My To Be Read (TBR) list includes the following…
Now, as a writer, you need to have one. Just like you should also have a reading journal to help you become a better writer. I’ve gone through Pinterest, and many people say you need to have a writer’s journal / notebook, but no one tells you what to actually put in there.
To be a good writer, you have to be a good reader. That’s why I started keeping a reading journal. It’s an excellent tool to keep the reader in me alive!
Inspiration seeker? I would imagine you’re trying to “be the good you want to see in the world”? Maybe these book recommendations will help in the endeavor.