This is the first and the last time I'm using this hashtag. The reason for it being: the hashtag is wrong. As per DC-3's immensely precise answer, I shall use #thehumancondition without considering it wrong. See the comment below.
Being human isn't a condition. If one looks at it from the objective perspective, it's the closest to a state; if one looks from within, it's an experience. "Human condition" is a slang used to describe the abstract idea of being human when a perfect single word exists for it in English: "humanity".
Moreover, there is a term which describes what belongs to a human being, which must include experiences, stages of being alive and everything that we can possibly feel: "humane". I have been using this as the hashtag when talking about humane things and ideas for Metaphoria exactly because it expresses, openly and without misunderstanding, what I'm talking about.
We think in language; not solely, but it makes up most of our mind since we're talking to ourselves there where no one can hear us. Language shapes personality in a similar way to how food shapes person's body. Consuming healthy, constructive pieces allows one to build a better mental and physical structure, while junk food and junk thoughts will allow for no such thing. One has to control their input if they want to receive the desired output; it is true for every process, including eating and thinking.
Using phrases that mean nothing to the person speaking will reinforce pointless connection in the mind and in the brain. On the contrary, using meaningful linguistic constructs reinforce the connections that will produce more meaningful constructs, perhaps even without the field of language. Since those constructs, basically, represent our behavior, it is important to know what are you talking about and the words you pronounce mean. Language is vast: you can find a word for almost every feeling you can get, almost every object you can encounter, almost every action you can make. It's best use what we already have, for it will ring with us better than an ephemeral idea.