Interview with Priti @thefemale_philosopher
We interviewed Priti @thefemale_philosopher and asked her the following questions!
Thank you for taking the time to share your ideas on what it means to be human! Let’s start the conversation! Think of this as your statement to the world. Centered around the answer to, “What does it mean to be human?” Please introduce yourself. Do you have a philosophy, religion, or spirituality that you follow? What do you think it means to be human? And how can we make the world a better place to live for everyone? Feel free to interpret these questions however you see fit and allow yourself to be creative in the answers, however long or short you wish the answer to be.
Hi, my name is Priti, I’m a 28 year old data analyst who studied math and philosophy in college. According to my loved ones, I spend most of my free time spaced out and pondering existence as a whole, but sometimes I also enjoy baking, cooking, painting, listening to music, and watching soccer. As I’m not religious, to be human means to seek purpose. Most living creatures I feel already have their purpose wired into their self-preservation instincts. I find humans in a unique position where we can overcome primitive urges and seek our own purpose. Whether that be through God or not, we are all trying to figure out where we belong and where we can be most impactful. I believe the world would be a better place if we all understood our time on Earth is finite—that maybe this is all we have and we have to make it count. I think at that point, the grand scheme makes it easier to step out of your comfort zone and chase your ambitions. Maybe even makes it easier to connect on an emotional level since we’re all seeking our purpose before we face our mortality.
Thank you for filling out our Cue The Humans survey Priti! We value your opinions and thoughts on what it means to be human! The goal is to ask everyone these questions, and really find out, what it means to be human, together.
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