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66 Books (That Everybody Needs To Read)

There are 66 books that everybody needs to read.  These books were written by more than 40 diverse authors — rich people and poor people, intellectuals and uneducated folks.   These 66 books were written over a 1,500 year time period.  Some of these books … Continue reading

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Quotes About How War Is Failure

Here are some quotations about how resorting to the violence of war is failure.  Personally, I believer war to be humanity’s greatest failure.  So why is war applauded and lauded, glorified and honored by our culture?  Is failure something that we should encourage?  Shouldn’t … Continue reading

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