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Food has this funny way of bringing people together even in the worst of times. We at Humanastory feel you might enjoy what recipes we have to share with you, from our home to yours. We need to make it known, We are not a nutritionist in any way, but rather, we are simple people just looking for great foods. This pumpkin soup got our attention awhile back when, at first, we were trying to be a little healthier, but didn't want to eat cardboard. On a personal note, I follow my tongue when it comes to food, if my tongue doesn't like it, my brain says 'nope'. And it said yes to this!
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The ensuing argument between the two left the girl angry at the man who was using the pharmacy counter as, his catch-all, while he waited in line (I guess it was just too hard for the man to go get a stinking cart). The man was at the girl for ringing his stuff up with mine and said a few nasty, yet colorful, words before telling her to fix it and then left for his place back in line, behind me. Ironically, both of them were mad at me for not saying anything, as if their misfortune was my issue.
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Suicide is not something I would have ever fathomed for our family. We grew up in a lovely Midwestern city in a red brick house with a white picket fence, a boy, a girl and a dog. My parents were happily married more than 30 years and were still together at the time of my dad’s passing. He was there for every one of our sports games, recitals and concerts and helped proofread our homework.
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It is not always easy being a positive person, to look at the light off in the distance and call it what it is, a light that is seemingly to far adrift. But does it really hurt you to try? We completely understand it, negativity sells, which is why it is so much more popular, and we've always lived by the rule, if it is popular, go the other way. Besides do you honestly think your life is fulfilled with this, your current way of thinking before you even attempting to be positive?
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What has happened to the human voice; Vox Humana. Hollering, shouting, quiet talking, the buzz of life. This little bit of interesting life-lesson came to me as I was leaving the airport, this incident was in Atlanta. At first you leave the gate and take a train that took you to the concourse of your choice; I got into said train. Dead silence. Of course, there was a few people already seated and standing about. Up above you heard a voice, that once was the human voice, giving out instructions as the train began its journey; but no longer, now it talks like a machine, a mindless automaton, a mere specter of humanity's past.
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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.
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Humanastory was built out of the need for human companionship, a togetherness that only comes from people helping people. We wanted to be able to tell our stories and share our experiences with everyone who needed them. By us telling our stories we are able to share that moment that forever changed who we are. But the idea is to not just tell our story, but share the journey in how we overcame that moment in our lives, allowing others to read and see the story and connect to the one sharing it.
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For a limited time, we are selling wreaths. These wreaths are uniquely handcrafted and one of a kind. Each wreath is created with the idea of sharing the spirit of life through the artistic nature of the season. When you purchase your wreath, be sure to e-mail your review with a picture on how you've used your wreath for your chance to win 50.00 USD in our Fantastic Friday Contests.
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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, through the trials of the human condition we call living, and then show those who would otherwise falter on these small objectives; without support of some kind, some hope, through the support I am personally creating.
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When life gets you down, it is hard to get back up on that wild horse, that ship has got a hole in it, and you are at sea, that plane ran out of fuel and you are in the sky. Okay, Okay, you get the point. Here are some interesting set of ideas that might help you cope with your situation, just that much better.
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In life, no matter how rough it can be, you make of it what you will; and given the right type of tools and the correct mind set, you too can make the difference in another's life. I ran across this set of four thoughts from a male perspective I felt like sharing. But, mainly it reminded me of a small inspirational phrase I heard once from an old friend of mine. 

"I want you, to want me; more than I want you. I want you to want us; more than you want me." - If we all felt this way about one another, life could be extremely different. 
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We are constantly reminded, from inspired stories such as this how our lives have so many facets and when you don't stop to look around you tend to get lost in the minutia of the fickle little tide we call living. Take a moment to understand how to treat one another and how wonderful of an impact will have on that other living breathing person.  We are by no means perfect, but we can all do something, no matter how small to brighten another's day.
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I learned a lot about communities by watching very poor people barter with one another. If some family had milk, another family might have vegetables and another might have fruit. People traded with one another. We had to depend on one another in that community in order to live, in order to survive. This was long before there were federal programs for people, and so the lesson from that was that we are interdependent, and that was the only way we would survive.
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I can vividly recall the carefree scene in my mind. It was a beautiful day, May 5, 1997. My fiancé and I had applied for our marriage license in Cape May, N.J. My mother accompanied us as our witness. While we were filling out the paperwork for our license, she asked if I was planning to run the Race for the Cure for cancer the next Sunday. I thought it was an odd question, and certainly unrelated to what we were doing at the time. "No, Mom. I haven't run in several years," I replied. In retrospect, it seemed my mother's innocent question was a bad omen. I had no idea then that in 24 hours, my life would be forever altered.
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The individual in this story inspired us some time ago to try this little act and for that we at Humanastory are all extremely grateful for the experience. Our experience began while having dinner at a restaurant one night. Before leaving we decided to leave an extremely generous tip to our waitress, and why not, we had it and didn't need the cash. It was what came after the tip that was one of the most spectacular and humanistic things we had ever seen.
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Fantastic Friday Contest - Simply the best and easiest win you've ever received in your life.
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Wait, before you go; just know that you are thought of. I personally having been through my share of pain understand how you feel, I may not understand your situation; but I do feel pain too - I know the feeling all to well, lets chat a moment, let me get to know who you are. No one can stop your thoughts but sometimes those thoughts are just temporary. Allow the conversation, if only for a minute. I would like to share with you who I am in hopes you will share a little about you; "Hi, I'm Brian.."
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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.
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One day, during the night, there was a heavy rain and a wind due to a minor storm. Next morning, both of the neighbors came out to inspect the damage to their garden. The neighbor who was an insurance agent saw that his plants came off from the roots and were totally destroyed. But, the retired teacher’s plants were not damaged at all and were standing firm.
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The tale of one's journey can have profound and amazing changes in another's life, we often think our lives are meaningless, and boring - yet we look at others with amazement. At Humanastory we believe by sharing your story, your amazing journey, you could change another person's way of thinking for the better, perhaps, in doing this small act; you've already begun transforming yourself to a higher level of awareness - to see how you've overcome such odds in life does inspire people. Every single person has that one event in their life that shaped who they are today, we believe your life changing moment could help someone going through the same situation, the difference here is, you overcame yours and they are learning from you. We'd love to know you.
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We were friends with someone, a time back. At one stage, it might be decades ago now, we had a lot in common: we were both good at math but bad at French at school and had a shared liking for table tennis; or we had adjacent rooms at college and used to help each other with assignments and commiserate in the bar about failed dates or maddening parents; or maybe we were interns in the same big firm. These people remind us who we were, and how far we've come.
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It is not often these days that people express their love for their fellow man in such ways any more; people have become so close minded that when works like this show up, it is a shocking reminder of who we can become, yet again; We felt like sharing this because it is a reminder of how we all should be, unconditionally throughout our lives. I personally hope you enjoy it and take something of value away from this.
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Learn how to naturally build your own tiled roof hut using only your bare hands and nature's tools.
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Is Your Child Getting Enough Vitamin "N", is the collected thoughts created by a company by the pseudo name of PragerU, whom was looking for answers to how the world around us is shaping and growing into an ever more increasingly technologically advanced society, but wanted people to stay positive. They uses various resources to form these thoughts and opinions.
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Have you ever lied about an odd hobby you have? Or maybe your job status? Or your height? Or even just avoided putting yourself in a situation in which you knew you were likely to fail? Let Charisma on Command help guide you with the negative thoughts in your life to help better enrich how you live.
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