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  • Writer's pictureSophie

Day 439

The flickering of eyelashes, stomach dropping on a rollercoaster, hiding hands in pockets on a cold day, these sensations could all be described as being physically human. However, I'd argue that being human lies in one's experiences rather than the way we feel on the outside at any given moment. The difference between humans and animals is not just that we can have experiences, but that our experiences are meaningful.

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