Human: (hyü-mən) of, relating to, or characteristic of humans

The world’s dilemmas are human problems that can and should be handled through human intervention. If humans were not so distracted by religion, racism, sexism, petty rivalries and power struggles – we would be capable of accomplishing miracles.

Humans could feed every mouth, cure every disease and rid the world of war. Humans could end racism. Humans could end sexism. Every child could receive an adequate education. Humans could focus on instituting a moral system outside of the framework of religion.

If humans were capable of ridding themselves of the many aforementioned distractions, they could do more good than any religion humans have ever created.