The psychology of humankind
All of the aspects of human nature that all people experience in their lifetime. By: Madi Baer
Love is everywhere in human nature. Weather it be love for yourself, love for someone else, or love for something you do, love is a significant factor of human nature.
War is a very impactful part of human natures. Human beings are always fighting for what they believe in, what they want, and most of the time fighting for things they do not have.
To be protective is a key component to human nature. It is normal for people to be protective of their loved ones and beliefs. As this picture portrays, mothers are very protective of their children.
Celebrating is an important key aspect to human nature because people always want to share in their pride and excitement. This is why friends and families come together on holidays.
Winning is something everyone wants to do. It is human nature for people to want a reward to show off their success, and the triumph they have achieved.
Jealousy is a natural part of human life. It is how most people feel when they experience or notice someone with something they do not have.
Curiosity is how theories are made, new parts of the world are discovered, and new foods are invented. It is a normal human action that all people participate in without intending to.
The fear of losing someone you love, the fear of being alone and the fear of change are all apart of human nature. Being afraid is apart of human interaction, as the girl's face in the painting shows.
Kindness is a way of being that comes naturally to humans. Smiling at a stranger, holding the door for someone, or giving a compliment are all simple examples of kindness in human nature.
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