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Pueblo City-County Library; Pueblo, CO

Pueblo City-County Library; Pueblo, CO

March 27, 2016–April 23, 2016

 

Library patrons were invited to answer to the question "What does it mean to be human?" while visiting the Exploring Human Origins traveling exhibit at the Pueblo City-County Public Library in Pueblo, CO.

 

They wrote their answers on sticky notes which are represented here exactly as they were written, without editing of text; any drawings are described in parentheses.

 

Cindy Jay-be your self. Keep calm and be respectful
God made us we didn't evolve
It meant to be norhol
It mean to be nomol
It means to be yourself
To live free. To feel feelings to love. To eat and drink. to be your own person
I was interested that very little has bee said about mans ability to communicate ie: talk-write and read didin me what sets us apart as "human
It mean to be you and normal
it means to be you and normal
nise to meet you-trevor
To smile and laugh
to teach and expand knowledge
to eat pizza
to love
to learn the world
to have hope
Using all of our sense
Empathizing
to trust
make everything happy! (drawing of smiley face)
being intentional
ask question
scribbles
to be asome
to be cool
to be great
everything is awesome
awesome
I am awesome
Awareness of awareness
to make music
beware of darkness
I love you!
empathy
To who? All live mine on What's your hope?
To live without comparing, competition, judgement, anger, regrest, worry, blame and guilt
In evolution I see God
have the ability to change our world
Created in the image of God distinct from all other living things
inspire
to have vellings
to have feelings
you can speak Aubric
destiny luaghter
to know that all members of society hold value and that our best chance of thriving is to work together despite the surficial differences that distract some people from how much we are a single, global family
Thinking out loud
You are a Human
To make mistake
to have frinds and family
Everything is another creature we just build cities

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