Humanism: Day seven

Humanism: Day seven
  http://www.diaryoffantasticdiscoveries.com/2016/08/21/the-humanism-challenge-get-on-it/
  1. Walk. Go for a walk and describe anything that stands out to you, or write about what didn’t stand out to you. If you see a family focus on their conversation or so forth.
I will be skipping day six till a later date on this challenge. I am so sorry for the delay to those of you who have been waiting for this post.  If you are anything like me you are always walking around the world preparing for some amazing event to occur only to feel the average day always ends the same. My challenge for today is meant to waken up, loosen, and make your brain work better. My walk today entailed walking around a not so busy casino. Sadly, it wasn’t half as busy as it should be. However, I did manage to hear some interesting conversations.  I began walk first by walking through the winter entrance of the casino which is the area that most locals use rather than tourists due to its location. You can’t get to this entrance right off the highway...so it's not easily accessible. Anyways, I tend to like to listen to people and what they talk about while walking. It may sound nosey  but some conversations just strike you to want to think about matters of life. I caught a conversation today between two siblings about our recent terror events that are certainly connected in the North East of the  United States which wasn’t what interested me. They followed that conversation with one about Willy Wonka. Yes. Willy freaking Wonka caught my attention more than anything. The conversation started with the girl twirling her raven hair between her fingertips. “ If I were you, and you were me, would you go buy willy wonka candy and bury it in the dirt just to pay respect to an actor?” “ Nah, we would that candy because the greatest respect to Willy Wonka is loving his candy.” I was internally laughing at this as I walked by a sign that displayed all the new comic artists coming to the casino. My mind was now focused on what the girl’s response would be. “ Would you like it  if you was candy, and I wanted to be buried but everyone would rather shove their face with me?” “ I would not like it one bit but would I be dissatisfied if the person absolutely loved me?“ “ I mean burying candy would be different. Nobody has done that before. Maybe we should.” The siblings were about the age of ten. They knew the concept of burying, and had planned out the entire burial process all during my walk past the cake boss store. Conversations are the breeding ground for learning as a writer, or even as a person. I find that listening to conversations is a bad habit as a writer. Its invasive to the people around you. However, I also find so much stimulance for writing by opening my ears a little to people. We are all humans. Not one of us is a cat or raptor so we should be treating each other as such. I can’t stress enough of what humanism means to me. Kindness is essential in a world so forgotten by it. I will remind everyone to enjoy the silly conversations, the sad moments, the tear jerking moments, and the struggle of life. However, Do not forget about each other. Let’s remember why we talk, why we hang out with people, and the meaning of socializing. Thank you. Again, like , share, and comment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1CPJ20lP5w