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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan Narcism has always largely been considered a supremely individualistic trait. We tend to assign this trait to rather smaller units, that too mostly individual humans. To that extent, it is often an exercise worth indulging to be examining the human race from this perspective. We’ve always placed ourselves at the …

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Zero to One by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan The spirit of innovation is what drives the human spirit. The humdrum repetitive action of doing the exact same thing again and again might sound perfect from an automated robotic efficiency utopia’s perspective, but the fact is that being mindless drones is a thought that repulses humans at some point …

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Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan The fact that strangers play a critical role in our lives seems antithetical and counter-intuitive to our rather narcissistic way of thinking. But the truth is that in a world of over 7 billion individuals, our immediate family, friends, communities and acquaintances, are merely but a statistical dot. True to …

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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan The beauty of reading is the fact that often a reader will end up interpreting something larger, something personal from an author’s work, with absolutely no intention on the writer’s part. More so than ever for non-fiction work, which is largely deemed to be non-interpretative and instructional, rather than embracing …

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How the World Thinks by Julian Baggini

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan Listening to an Audiobook on a serious topic is a tough endeavour simply because we are generally not trained to train our auditory senses to function as stand alone inputs of absolute information processing. I say this to emphasise how this book stands out. Dispensing information about abstract issues is …

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Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker

Originally posted on Kitabi Karwan Human beings perhaps have a penchant for self-sabotaging. It is easy to surmise that the cognitive revolution transformed us from just another species in the wild into a incredulous collection of beings capable of a collective imagination that created nations and currency and literally every marvel of technology that you …