Robin M Koppensteiner

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The book is being advertised as optimistic. However, it's quite the opposite for the majority of the pages. Only the last 15% go positive but sadly sound like one big, dry ad for WWF.

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I very insightful book, only overshadowed by that lengthy last chapter about suicide and smoking behaviour, which is just way too medical and in-depth to be a satisfying ending for the book. Besides that it's definitely one of my favorite books.
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Yuval Noah Harari
“Biology enables, Culture forbids.”
Yuval Noah Harari, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

Arthur Golden
“I can see you have a great deal of water in your personality. Water never waits. It changes shape and flows around things, and finds the secret paths no one else has thought about -- the tiny hole through the roof or the bottom of the box. There's no doubt it's the most versatile of the five elements. It can wash away earth; it can put out fire; it can wear a piece of metal down and sweep it away. Even wood, which is its natural complement, can't survive without being nurtured by water. And yet, you haven't drawn on those strengths in living your life, have you?”
Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha

James Altucher
“no matter who you are, no matter what you do, no matter who your audience is: 30 percent will love it, 30 percent will hate it, and 30 percent won’t care. Stick with the people who love you and don’t spend a single second on the rest. Life will be better that way.”
James Altucher, Choose Yourself

William Shakespeare
“I wasted time, and now doth time waste me.”
William Shakespeare, Richard II
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William Shakespeare
“Woe, destruction, ruin, and decay; the worst is death and death will have his day.”
William Shakespeare, Richard II




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