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Welcome to Humanastory. A community created with one goal in mind - Human Companionship.

Our core belief is a simple one; everyone has a story, everyone is the story. Your experiences in life define who you are and what choices you will make.

What if you could share what you have learned from the experience with someone just beginning that same journey. What would you say to them?

We are the story of humanity, one person at a time.

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  • A Mother's Lesson

    Do you remember the last time you spoke to your mother? If you do, when was that? Do you remember the last time you expressed how much you love her? and if so, when? I am unsure if it is only me but I feel that we tend to have this habit of shying away from the expressing how important our mother and or our father is to us. I must admit that I am not used to expressing how much I love my parents. I seldom say those three little words: "I Love You". It is not because I am shy about using the

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    Turning The Cheek

    My dad was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness. He was the head of the house – what he said, went. My sister was a goody-goody, because even though she was ten years older than me, she was afraid of him. But I never was: if he told me to make him a cup of tea, I’d say, ‘haven’t you got legs?’ And I’d get a beating. Because of that, I never listened to him. My older brother was psychotic and I never got on with him, but my little brother was my support. He was always trying to look after me. I

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    His Name Was Harry

    How do you grieve for someone you never got the chance to know, never grew up with to see how they would turn out and never know how they may have influenced your own life? My brother died when he was seven years old, barely scratching the surface of a life he would never come to realise. I was two years old at the time, so memories of my brother are vague and fleeting. Sixty years later and I find myself grieving for the brother I never got to know. It’s not the immediate and impactin

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    Forgiving Myself

    That morning my dad was due to drive me to my job at the telephone exchange but decided at the last minute to have a lie-in, so I drove myself instead. As I climbed a steep hill, I saw a taxi waiting to pull out on the right and – concerned he’d pull out in front of me – I kept my eyes firmly fixed on him. At the brow of the hill I kept my foot firmly on the accelerator but suddenly on the pedestrian crossing in front of me I saw an elderly woman. As I slammed on the brake she looked up in

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    Paralyzing Moment of Reflection

    It was about three and a half years ago. I was standing on the sidewalk waiting to cross the street when a pickup came through the intersection trying to turn right. His rate of speed and blood alcohol caused him to go up on the sidewalk and hit me. Now, I am a nurse and have always wanted to be a nurse. I loved my job. The injuries that I had sustained from this accident, left me with a paralyzed arm among other injuries. The driver was a young man in his 20's. The full extent of the law w

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    The First Step

    My lovely mum always said that I inherited her nerves. Certainly, I was a sensitive kid, and felt the lash of depression from an early age. My first encounter with it was when I moved to senior school. The transition overwhelmed me and I felt threatened at every corner. In a bid to win some courage I started training in martial arts. My martial arts instructor was a charismatic man who took me under his wing. I was in awe of him and after a short period of subtle and insidious grooming, he

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  • The King's Kitchen

    Nothing beats a well-prepared meal.

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    The Captain's Room

    This is a club for all you Star Trek fans who would like to talk about the different Captain's that appeared in the various Star Trek series - if you're a Trekker then this club is for you.

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    The Secret Room

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  • Reflections of Time

    I am reminded of that momentariness of the journey, that lonely walk; we all will take at some point in our lives. I am reminded of this perversion of life, on a daily basis. Most people will never experience the daily reminder of how precious they really are, or how life really is - this amazing journey through what can only be described as the cavern of time and space. Today we send our love and respect to Helen Taft, the loss of a monument of experience, and life; an elderly woman not kn

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    Small Thoughts

    I tend to do my best thinking when it is late; it allows me to reflect the day and all the work completed - and when I reflect on the day, I really reflect, and try to analyze if I have done things in the direction I should be moving in the most positive way I can, but, more importantly, I ask myself the question "Have I done all I can do for everyone I can?" I won't say this has been easy creating Humanastory; as the idea behind it was to get the stories of success, love, and  happiness, throug

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    That Perplexing Little Bugger (Life)

    I am reminded constantly of how life can play those little games on a person's life. I would be lying if I did not, at times, think it had absolutely no affect on me in some way or another. Particularly today while I was at the senior luncheon with my mother whom didn't want to go alone to this function, she felt isolated at this, her first senior function in the new senior citizen mobile home park.  As we were at this function, talking and enjoying our Thanksgiving meal, when two of the ot

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    Thoughts on Success

    Success, I’ve been thinking a lot on how this little word applies to the real world and if it is worth actually spending the time talking about – let alone trying to obtain. I can’t say that I know anyone who is, in what some would call ‘modern’ terms, actually successful; and what I can see from those that are actually successful – it doesn’t seem they are happy about being where they are in life, so why bother. Just simply turn on any news broadcast and there are mounds and mounds of reporters

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    Life is Fickle

    Life is fickle word, and an even more ironic moment in time – no one really understands how it began or where it will end – to some, life is to be spent living to the fullest; while some prefer the solitude of a mountain top in seclusion. The one thing we are aware of, is that life is a very fragile moment in the slipstream of what can only be described as eternity. Your life should be spent doing what it is that you feel you want to do with yours, as it is a short remembrance in the grand schem

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    A Beautiful Day

    It is a beautiful day today. Spring has been here awhile and now the heated rays of sunshine are coming through. Getting hot enough to put on the air conditioner and relax in the house. Allergies are starting to fade away as all the white flurries of Spring dwindle. As the time passes and I start to get older I am appreciating the life outdoors and just my surroundings in general. I am making more time to really get to know those that are important to me and just enjoy life. Perhaps it

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