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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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    Kristina Klein
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    I sit here looking at these two little puppies (or as I like to call them 'poopies') that we are sitting for our wonderful neighbors and I am reminded what it is like to have animals in the house. Growing up I always had some kind of animal to play with and care for but besides the in between pets like bun buns (our bunny), the accumulation of rats, and a crazy black cat I called midnight, there were mostly dogs. We had mutts -- which personally I think are the best type of dog-- and my sister and I had the task of walking them, feeding them, and making sure they did not escape to make babies with the neighborhood dogs :06:. There was Bubba... our Schnauzer cockapoo mix that thought he was the toughest on the planet but was only pint sized. Then we had bigger mixed breeds like Sheila... our golden retriever and pit bull mix, and Lily... a pup I found abandoned and gave a home to... she was a cocker spaniel mix and the sweetest dog ever. There were many others in between that were just as awesome and loving.

    While I don't miss waking up all hours of the morning and night to take them on walks... I do miss the unconditional love that dogs give. They are always excited to see you when you walk through the door, wanting to be pet and loved all the time, and are never judgmental (unlike cats :27:). 

    It has been almost a decade without a dog in the house, but we always spoil our neighbors dogs. 

    Maybe we will get one soon... right @Brian Klein ?  :19:

    I believe everyone should own a dog at some point in their lives and use their behavior of unconditional love as a way to live their own lives. 

    People who feel loved are happier in their lives. 

    Make someones life brighter.. give them a puppy! :07:

  1. Jay Demello
    Latest Entry

    I been asking myself that question since i started the Chemo. I don't know who i'm asking, but it starts a verification in my mind going over all the things i've said and done to people through out my life. I feel like i understand people better, the way they act, what they say what they do and how they are going to feel when i say or do something with them. I understand why i did things wrong when i knew it wasn't right. Am i done yet? have i learned what i was supposed to learn ?  I feel i have and its like i'm just waiting to die now. Does things just go dark? or do we float out our bodies and meet with someone thats going to explain to us why we had to go through all this crap. I was never rich, I have never met a truely happy rich person. I've had an apartment, a truck, my own business for years, i've lived in a tent for two years. I have always felt the same feelings... good at times... bad at times....always more interested in why other people do what they do. I found faults in people ( in my opinion ) and always thought.... why aren't they like me ?. Did i judge people and find things i didn't like, to make me feel better about myself?

     I am finally at a point nearing the end of my life, that it's not about what people think of me, and it's not about what i find wrong with other people. It's about Me learning how to get through this all. Why wasn't i told all this when i was a young kid ? and then i could have started with a better understanding how to live this life? maybe i was told but i chose not to listen to my parents because i always thought i knew or i would figure it out myself.

    I get 4-5 blood tests a month now, and they moved my MRI's to once a month instead of 6 months, and i will be starting my 3rd round of Chemo very soon. Why are the doctors trying to save me ? and why am i allowing this? I feel like i'm just laying here in bed daily doing nothing but waiting to die. I'm not really depressed ( in my opinion ) I just feel like i'm done! there's really left to study that will benefit me in the future. I'm just keeping myself busy so i don't go stir-crazy.  I would never kill myself, that's just bailing out of this life because it's too hard to deal with. Ok i have delt with it, liked some things, disliked some things, learned alot of stuff. Am i done yet ?

     

  2. 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 known to many, but she affected everyone who had the pleasure to meet and get to know her intimately, in some way. To me, she was a pillar of life; I will remember her laugh most of all. The laugh of an angel who endured life and kept on, keeping on, rest well Helen.

    Not two days ago her son came to me requesting I speak with my connections in getting her into Hospice. I knew, at that point, it was only days. She was well aware of her cancer, and by now, this being the fourth fight with, her demon, cancer; by now she was exhausted from the fight, having gone to her house to make sure the request asked of me, was indeed, the one she wanted, I watched as she had a hard time gasping between breaths. I won't claim to understand her thoughts, but I do understand her plight, having had this monster twice myself by 18, and don't get me wrong; I question why i am even alive on a daily basis, because even I should not be here.

    If I could relay just one message to anyone who hears or sees the daily content we provide it would be that while you sit here reading this entry - Think on the positive nature of life and remember that life is to be cherished. And for the love of all that is alive; Live, love, laugh (A lot) and, know you are loved. This life is short, and you are here only the blink of an eye, understand this well.

    Remember to reflect on your own timeline. What have you done to improve yourself in the eyes of others? It is their memories of you that will endure the passage of time. It is how you lived that will reflect on how people remember you.

    Helen you will be missed, but may Mark escort you to peace, the relaxing adventure awaits. You both are greatly missed.

    On a small side note I would like to throw in the Suicide Prevention information in the Sources, having only heard of this today, a gentleman a few days back, shot himself in desperation and had no one to talk to. Remember these feelings are only temporary. George, may your soul find peace.

    - Brian

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