1. to hear, understand, move and acknowledge our nature with calm, empathy and nurturing thought that releases intelligent compassion in the world
2. deviating from typical mundane social behaviors; an intentional approach to life and living that is highly considerate of the ramifications of one's ripple upon the pond of life.
3. a person whose behaviour, personality or set of beliefs reflects a state of living and being that is in constant evolution as awareness of one's movement and action upon other people
4. a social construct that is deliberate in design and development to equitably address human need without prejudice or harm to any person or the world.
1. Michael is humancentric; he clearly is prudent in his actions among his coworkers and they clearly benefit from his counsel and are inspired by his example.
2. Humancentric economics cannot exist in a free market where special interest groups or persons are permitted to manipulate the market.
3. A humancentric cannot govern from the political right or the political left; a humancentric seeks only to govern their life in the most altruistic sense.