An Epidemic of Wellness, the Certainty of Dying, and Killing Ourselves to Live LongereBook - 2018
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JessicaGma Jan 30, 2019
There were some great points in this about living and dying, but I did not enjoy this as much as Brightsided. For ever good idea here, there were a few half baked ones. Some of the chapters needed a little more fact over opinion. Not bad, but you'll get more out of "When Breath Becomes Air&q... Read More »
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If there is a lesson here it has to do with humility. For all our vaunted intelligence and complexity, we are not the sole authors of our destinies or of anything else. You may exercise diligently, eat a medically fashionable diet, and still die of a sting from an irritated bee. You may be a slim, toned paragon of wellness, and still a macrophage within your body may decide to throw in its lot with an incipient tumor.
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