A while ago I saw a shiba inu drinking coffee like a human at a cafe.
わたしのすきなしは、あい田みつをの、「つまづいたって いいじゃないか にんげんだもの」というしです。人間というかん字がひらがなでかかれているところがすきです。
My favorite poem is Mitsuo Aida's, "It’s ok to stumble, isn’t it,
we are humans after all." I like this because the kanji for humans is written in hiragana.
Humans have always wondered about the purpose of life. I believe I have found the answer: studying on Tofugu.
The person interval. Just think of different intervals each with a different type of species. The raccoon interval... the dog interval... the person interval... they are the humans.
This is a jukugo word, which usually means on'yomi readings from the kanji. For 人 that's okay. For 間 it's something weird, something you didn't learn with the kanji. To remember this, think of the humans, living on this earth. They are only a small part of this earth's existence, though. This human generation (げん) is hopefully going to be a long one, but we'll see how that goes.