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By Tarun Betala

ISBN-10: 9352796705

ISBN-13: 9789352796700

6000 years. Six Civilizations. One final Goal.

Book Description:

From a letter, we wrote a note, then got here sentences, books, epics. We requested questions that propelled the formula of the sciences, the humanities, our tradition, and our philosophies. All that we all know and love at the present time was once equipped via one bold existence at a time over six thousand years.

Part historical, half clinical, and half philosophical, Tarun Betala meshes jointly an eclectic account of humanity’s maximum highbrow, medical and inventive achievements, all encouraged by means of the necessity to solution a few of life’s so much basic questions: who're we? what's the objective of lifestyles? who's God? what's our universe?

The issues We Don’t comprehend is the superb tale of the grit of Mankind: the tale of successful at existence opposed to all odds, the tale that reminds us that each one people are one in our look for the solutions that hang-out and force us.

This is e-book 1 of 'A Shared Human destiny' series.

Selected Quotes:

"Some folks be ready to imagine greater, brighter, deeper techniques. a few of these suggestions already form the type of examine we do. a few of them will end up to be correct, and our realizing of our domestic will deepen. Our domestic, sooner or later, might be much less of a secret to us."

"We think since it offers us religion. It offers us the willingness to head via our day, to maintain the existentialist chance of meaninglessness away. We think simply because we crave to be noticeable, to be recognized, to be understood. We think simply because that's the basically factor we will do. If there's no one to pass judgement on us - to inform us that we're reliable, and that if we're undesirable, we will be redeemed - why trouble residing in any respect? Why trouble being stable in any respect? If there is not any one to appear after us, and we're really on my own during this universe, what goal can we have? we've not anything however the current second, and simply temporariness."

"We, of the entire beings that we all know of, can imagine. we will consume, write, construct, shop. we will expect, estimate, and count number. we will be able to safeguard foodstuff for lifetimes, and in instances of difficulty, we will be able to locate how one can confirm our survival. With each one passing iteration, our sphere of regulate of our life is greater. What if the earth is hit through an asteroid or there isn't any technique to cease international warming? we glance to colonize different planets. The destiny of our species, in many years, are usually not tied to the destiny of the earth. Our domestic planet needs to be cared for ... yet as we cross interplanetary after which interstellar, our keep an eye on on our lives and the evolution of our species grows. so far as we all know, we're the simply species that has a say within the improvement of its future."

"We should, as humans, have the braveness to hunt a collective “truth” that advantages our species the main, and to simply accept that each one of our doctrines and ideology may be incomplete. That we don’t understand it all and that maybe we by no means will. That others like us can have whatever to educate us, and we can have anything to give a contribution to their groups. That groups, different types of humans, are divisions we’ve created for ourselves. That for all of what we all know, the information and knowledge that we've got accumulated within the few millennia could be a small fraction of what's there to be chanced on, understood and applied."

Related Genres: historical past, Philosophy, Psychology, faith, and Atheism

About The Author: Tarun Betala is the writer of The issues we do not recognize. considering the fact that 2005, Tarun has released a number of poems, essays and brief stories.

Over the final 3 many years, Tarun has lived in four international locations the world over and his ardour to discover the realm has introduced him to greater than twenty nations. Tarun lives in Singapore together with his spouse. He writes commonly on his site, at tarunbetala.com and will be came across on twitter at @trbetala.

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