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Growing up, we are being told that we are special, unique; that our lives is ours, that there is so much to achieve. That life was full of possibilities (and it is), that we can be anything. In short, we are free.

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So I've been thinking... this whole semester we've been looking and talking about people who are deemed to be humanists and at what they've done for the humanist movement. However, although it has been mentioned, I find that we haven't focused much on the qualities-- for the lack of a better word-- of a humanist; what makes someone a REAL humanist? 

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2.6 million years ago, the first major evolutionary change in the human diet happened. The arrived of meat in our daily intake of food had many consequences for the evolution of our species. First, humans were eating meat to survive when other resources were not easily available (example, in the winter). Meat was providing them a good source of energy. Time passed and meat became the major part of our plate, making the vegetables and others the "side-dishes". Meat became a symbol of wealth, where eating flesh of animal was considered as a privilege that not everyone could afford.

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