Monday, April 26, 2004
Humans love to label things and it's so lame. We label the things we eat, we label the things we read, we lavel the things we use. Worst of all we label each other. Ironically, we do this to gain a more simply and easy understanding of what "kind" of human someone may be. But a human is not a jar of peanut butter, nor a particular "type" of vehicle. A human being is a complex unit made of many different thoughts and influences, capable of being perceived in infinite ways."