Something I ‘ve read: On happiness — Climbing, travel and other trifles

Haven’t posted anything in a while, so i thought I ‘d share this text as a reminder that I am still around. It is from a book I finished reading a few weeks back. Yuval Noah Harari’s, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind is a simple book about complicated ideas. One of the most provocative parts […]

via Something I ‘ve read: On happiness — Climbing, travel and other trifles

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4 comments

  1. A lesser piece compared to the previous ones…
    Long, vague (and honestly, what made the author claim that the opposite of colonialism is nationalism?).
    Long story short, we prefer your posts!

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    • I will post something similar in the future, still in the drafts of my mind. The thing is that the author tried to incorporate as much as possible in a generic viewpoint; to be honest i found his post insightful since i spotted similarities with the way i view the world.

      As far as your political comment is concerned (sic), yes this is true. He was trapped in a fictitious duality.

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