….it just might exist


So, “Human Question”s are prompts that get right to the point; no messing around, no fancy language, no beating around the bush. They are questions that are always personal and always either ridiculously easy or impossibly difficult to answer. They are designed to get us thinking as humans about topics we are usually reading about as students.

The basic requirements for “Human Questions” are simple: they are to be 150 words minimum (so, half of most prompts), and all about our experiences with the assigned topic and what those experiences have taught us.

So, for the first the first human question we ask ourselves:

What are you prepared for? What aren’t you prepared for?

Important note: “Human Question” demand the writer have the idea worked out in their head and composed in a way that demonstrates economy of language and insight.

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