It took me a while to digest all the impressions…
“You can’t listen to 2,000 people telling you about their suffering, their experiences and their wisdom without it having an echo on your world. You take the subway thinking about Aïda, who goes to work at the rubbish tip. You suddenly don’t complain anymore. Qosay torments you all evening because he raised the idea that you, too, might find yourself killing in the name of your beliefs. You think about it, it makes you uneasy. Then you spend your weekend with Elena who tells you, ‘You’re lucky, because you’re alive.’ That’s right, you’d forgotten that simple fact.”
Maeva Issico, assistant editor of the film HUMAN
Welcome to the second volume of the trilogy of HUMAN! This is my invitation for you to take the time for some introspective and learn something about yourself and your fellow human beings.
In this second volume people share their stories about war, forgiving, homosexuality, family and life after death.
What do you think and feel about these questions?
- Is war part of humanity?
- How do you learn to forgive?
- Why are people offended by other people’s sexuality?
- What is family to you?
- Is there a life after death for you? What does your answer matter to you?
If you want to know more about the HUMAN project check out its