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The importance of the human hand!
Humans are nothing more than an advanced animal, however due to our slight advancements ahead of other species it has given us a huge step beyond what any other living creature has became. The interesting concept here is why? Why is it humans have came further, is it because we evolved from apes and they’re very advanced in comparison to other animals? Not really, the reason humans have came so far is quite simply because we have hands. Most other animals have paw like body parts, or claws etc, the hand is perfectly in proportion with every part of itself and therefore it makes it easy to grab things, because we can grab things we can pick things up and because we can do this we can make things. It is fascinating that this one small part of us has changed the whole world we live in, everything that exists, everything that has been built by a human, everything that has been thrown, manufactured, etc has been done so with a humanhand, hence the term ‘handmade’. 
It is due to this fact that we have came so far as a species, we have crafted things, we have came forward with advancements in technology, we have discovered electricity and used it to our advantage, we have water on tap, and food packaged in shops all involving our hands. We have used this as a means to survive, rather than hunting food now we can buy it in a super market and the reason we can buy it is because we have earned money from jobs that involved our hands, it truly is a remarkable knock on sequence. And I can apply this to Capitalism also, people could not perform manual labour if they did not have hands and people could not manage them as documents and computer files as well as man management and provision of facilities all involve hands. 
It is so simple yet so complex, of course the next argument is whether our brain is more important than our hands as we use to tell ourselves how to use them to our advantage. Likewise then there is the whole concept of the golden meem, and how our hand is so perfectly proportioned and designed as well as the rest of our bodies. But back to my main point, basically, next time you do something think about how you did it, and how difficult you would find it if you had a paw instead! 

The importance of the human hand!

Humans are nothing more than an advanced animal, however due to our slight advancements ahead of other species it has given us a huge step beyond what any other living creature has became. The interesting concept here is why? Why is it humans have came further, is it because we evolved from apes and they’re very advanced in comparison to other animals? Not really, the reason humans have came so far is quite simply because we have hands. Most other animals have paw like body parts, or claws etc, the hand is perfectly in proportion with every part of itself and therefore it makes it easy to grab things, because we can grab things we can pick things up and because we can do this we can make things. It is fascinating that this one small part of us has changed the whole world we live in, everything that exists, everything that has been built by a human, everything that has been thrown, manufactured, etc has been done so with a humanhand, hence the term ‘handmade’. 

It is due to this fact that we have came so far as a species, we have crafted things, we have came forward with advancements in technology, we have discovered electricity and used it to our advantage, we have water on tap, and food packaged in shops all involving our hands. We have used this as a means to survive, rather than hunting food now we can buy it in a super market and the reason we can buy it is because we have earned money from jobs that involved our hands, it truly is a remarkable knock on sequence. And I can apply this to Capitalism also, people could not perform manual labour if they did not have hands and people could not manage them as documents and computer files as well as man management and provision of facilities all involve hands. 

It is so simple yet so complex, of course the next argument is whether our brain is more important than our hands as we use to tell ourselves how to use them to our advantage. Likewise then there is the whole concept of the golden meem, and how our hand is so perfectly proportioned and designed as well as the rest of our bodies. But back to my main point, basically, next time you do something think about how you did it, and how difficult you would find it if you had a paw instead! 

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