I'm glad to be alive, I'm pretty sure it would be the same if I were a grub.
Yes, I am.
The human body is just an amazing work of art. The way everything is in place and how everything works is just magnificent. I have to say that our Creator did a very wonderful job!
Yes, I am very proud to be a human. Humans are rational being and we are able to reason out on a certain matter unlike with other being. At the same time, I learned many things while I am still existing on our planet.
I am proud to be me but many times I am not proud to be part of humanity. Like this morning, for instance. Someone posted a picture of a German Shepherd. Some young people decided that it would be interesting to duct tape a firework into it's mouth and blow it up. The photo ripped my heart out. All he had left was part of his bottom jaw. His face was destroyed. They then abandoned him. It was 5 days of pain and not being able to eat before the authorities found him. There were maggots and infection. They tried reconstruction and failed and the dog was put to sleep.
Are you proud to have anything in common with those who did this? Humans have the potential for extreme good and extreme bad. I am blessed and honored to be me. I am blessed to know many good people, but I will not group myself with all of humanity.
The majority of the time my answer would be "yes" but when I see the tragic things that some humans do like hurting animals or preying on children and senior citizens and women I get really disgusted by that and do not feel proud that we humans can do such awful things to other humans or animals.
I am proud of being myself as a human being.
Sadly that I am unable to do lots of things like preventing natural disasters caused by us as we make changes to the earth's resources. I wish we can do more in terms of saving the earth and preventing the oZone from getting worse.
I am when I help others and fend for people or animals that cannot fend for themselves.
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