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Punyapat Sessomboon Aug 20
Being satisfied with what you already have is far more important than getting more of what you want.
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Pascal [Think Deeper] 12h
European scholars have had only two opportunities to observe large and relatively dense populations of independent foragers: in north-western America in the 19th century and in northern Australia in the 20th - - Yuval Noah Harari
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el'Iorch 5h
We definitely are hairless monkeys.
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Pascal [Think Deeper] Aug 20
Aby attempt to describe the specifics of archaic spirituality is highly speculative, as there is next to no evidence to go by and the little evidence we have - a handful of artefacts and cave paintings - can be interpreted in myriad ways. - - Yuval Noah Harari
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Deepak Maheshwari Aug 17
A masterpiece I just finished.
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Hala Maher Books Reviews Aug 18
takes us in journey through our entire human history, from its evolutionary roots to the age of capitalism and genetic engineering, its narrative to the historical societies with alot of hates for our new material community
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Romeo Jamer Dumaplin Aug 20
Yuval Noah Harari week 📚🔖📌 📕
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Andy Benouali Aug 21
I was today years old when I found out Arabic numerals aren’t actually Arabic.
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Peter Michael Bauer Aug 20
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JPinder Aug 21
The only thing that kept me sane after 3 flights accumulating nearly 30 hours. Fascinating read
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Olivia Song Aug 15
Can't describe how much I love this book. Read it in Korean last year and it was one of my favorite reads in 2018. Reading it in English again, I know it will be one of my favorites in 2019.
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مَرِْيَم 12h
Replying to @mariamaamoun
A brief history of Humankind Day 50
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BinderofThoughts Aug 15
If you like the book Definitely check out the book It’s a great book as well and gives you a great view of history. It’s a
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