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How We Got Here: An Enlightened Look at the Past That Will Change Your Future

Narrated by: Alexander R Adams
Length: 8 hrs and 56 mins
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At present people perceive the world full of many calamities and above all with much uncertainty. This is due to the worrying deterioration of society, economy, and security. The future of people, as well as that of humanity itself, is not so clear. This, of course, can undermine the desire to stay ahead, because some think that there is not much that can be done to improve the situation. 

However, after knowing how we got here, our perception of life can be very different. Above all, when we meet Homo sapiens, our ancestor who achieved the great feat of bringing us here. This wise man built the world in which we live today. For this, he had to go through all kinds of adversity, because the world was not yet made; he had to do it, and we inherited it from him to enjoy a much more comfortable life. Therefore, before all the calamities and all the uncertainty of today, we must become Homo sapiens, wise men again. Wisdom consists of accumulating the necessary knowledge and then using it to improve our lives. That’s exactly what Homo sapiens did. Today we are in better conditions than him to achieve a better life.

©2017 Ivanni Delgado (P)2018 Ivanni Delgado

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was this read by windows narrator?

couldn't make it through the first chapter. the narrator reads very slow with long pauses in between and robotic pacing and inflections