Being Human

Recently, you may have found yourself looking in the mirror and asking, “is this normal?”

  • You may be trying to make sense of what is happening in the world right now.
  • You may be struggling to find civility, and wondering if people have forgotten to be human.
  • You may be asking yourself if you even know what it means to be human anymore.

To us being human means practicing and respecting human ideas, like community, creativity, and critical thinking, et. al.

It also means we are imperfect. We make rash judgments. We are biased. And we can still try to understand, listen better and agree to disagree. We can be civil and reunify our communities and nation through human-to-human connections and personal acts of kindness.

Here are some ways to start.


Every movement needs its charter. A Brief Guide to Being Human in a Messy World is both a charter and activator, including a framework for being human, and actions to help us do it.


We could all use a few cues to challenge our thinking now and then. Here are some conversation starters for those voices in your head, or for opening dialogue with other people.


When you’re motivated to act, you can become a Covert Leadership Reunification Project (RPCL) Operative by accepting (and performing) a mission. Or inventing a new one.