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Eran Dror

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Eran Dror is an Israeli-born writer, journalist, and designer who spent the past nine years in New York City. His first book, The Book of Hard Truths, is an illustrated guide to the most universally resisted aspects of life.

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This short and sweet interview on the Intrepid Radio podcast dives into the idea behind the Book of Hard Truths.


Join me for a conversation that will very likely change how you look at your life. Today, joined by author Eran Dror, author of The Book of Hard Truths.


These “hard truths” are widely known and explored in religion & spirituality books, self-help books, psychology books, philoso...

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More of Eran's books…
“[W]ishing for immortality won't make life last any longer.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“Uncertainty. Vulnerability. Death. Hard truths have a secret power over us. We’d rather ignore them.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“We cling to our ideas about the world, feeling insecure without them. It's why we sometimes pretend we're certain when we're not, often with disastrous consequences.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“Uncertainty. Vulnerability. Death. Hard truths have a secret power over us. We’d rather ignore them.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“[W]ishing for immortality won't make life last any longer.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“We cling to our ideas about the world, feeling insecure without them. It's why we sometimes pretend we're certain when we're not, often with disastrous consequences.”
Eran Dror, The Book of Hard Truths: 16 Facts of Life We Should Learn to Accept

“In the end, just three things matter:

How well we have lived
How well we have loved
How well we have learned to let go”
Jack Kornfield

“I realize with fright that my impatience for the re-establishment of democracy had something almost communist in it; or, more generally, something rationalist. I had wanted to make history move ahead in the same way that a child pulls on a plant to make it grow more quickly. I believe we must learn to wait as we learn to create. We have to patiently sow the seeds, assiduously water the earth where they are sown and give the plants the time that is their own. One cannot fool a plant any more than one can fool history. —Václav Havel,7 playwright, last President of Czechoslovakia and first president of the Czech Republic”
Donella H. Meadows, Thinking in Systems: A Primer




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