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  • Strangely, there a

    re huma

    ns who

    live and

    beha

    ve just like that. They ta

    ke no tro

    uble lea

    rning the la

    nguage o

    r take heed

    in the pow

    er of la

    nguage to

    ema

    ncipate a

    nd pro

    paga

    te their offspring

    trangely, there a

    re huma

    ns who

    live and

    beha

    ve just like that. They ta

    ke no tro

    uble lea

    rning the la

    nguage o

    r take heed

    in the pow

    er of la

    nguage to

    ema

    ncipate a

    nd pro

    paga

    te their offspring

    trangely, there a

    re huma

    ns who

    live and

    beha

    ve just like that. They ta

    ke no tro

    uble lea

    rning the .They

    trangely, there a

    re huma

    ns who

    live and

    beha

    ve just like that. They ta

    ke no tro

    uble lea

    rning the They

    trangely, there a

    re huma

    ns who

    live and

    beha

    ve just like that. They ta

    ke no tro

    uble lea

    rning the

    do

    nt take tim

    e or effo

    rt to pin d

    ow

    n their understa

    nding, their a

    wa

    reness and

    their know

    l-ed

    ge so tha

    t it can b

    e used to

    naviga

    te well in to

    the future. With the po

    wer o

    f langua

    ge,

    wha

    t costed

    their ancesto

    rs two

    deca

    des to

    understa

    nd, they ca

    n do

    it in a yea

    r or

    a m

    onth. But unfo

    rtunately, this d

    ont ha

    ppen, this wo

    nt happen. JU

    ST LIKE BEAST,

    NEVER LEA

    RN......N

    EVER BOTH

    ERED TO

    LEARN

    .

    The bea

    st is aw

    are o

    f the environm

    ent in which it exists, in w

    hich it lived fo

    r ma

    ny years. It kno

    ws the tricks a

    nd

    wa

    ys to na

    vigate trea

    cherous enviro

    nments o

    r circumsta

    nces.It ha

    s a lea

    rned experience. But tha

    t is he b

    east is a

    wa

    re of the enviro

    nment in w

    hich it exists, in which it lived

    for m

    any yea

    rs. It know

    s the tricks and

    It ha

    s a lea

    rned experience. But tha

    t is he b

    east is a

    wa

    re of the enviro

    nment in w

    hich it exists, in which it lived

    for m

    any yea

    rs. It know

    s the tricks and

    prevented fro

    m b

    enefiting its next generatio

    n to pro

    gression b

    ecause they d

    ont reco

    rd a

    nd reca

    lls fro

    m their reco

    rds a

    ny of these lo

    ng term kno

    wled

    ge from

    their experiences.They alw

    ays ha

    ve to

    start lea

    rning from

    the sam

    e point a

    s their ancesto

    rs did

    and

    by the tim

    e they reach o

    ld a

    ge,

    they only kno

    w so

    far, a

    s their ancesto

    rs did

    . They cant reco

    rd their experiences w

    ell

    enough to

    be useful fo

    r two

    or three genera

    tions a

    fter them, they fa

    ll short a

    nd the

    circle repeats itself, tim

    e after tim

    e. Its a sha

    me. But its the rea

    lity.

    US TO

    BE MA

    STERS.

    Is it true that if animals could w

    rite theyd have been just as smart as w

    e are?... probably even more.

    Ima

    gine if the origina

    l huma

    ns did

    n't transfer their find

    ings and

    know

    ledge to

    the generatio

    n next to

    them, a

    ll cave d

    raw

    ings and

    symb

    olism

    and

    signs. Wo

    uldn't w

    e still be a

    s we w

    ere? Ho

    w m

    uch Im

    agine if the o

    riginal hum

    ans d

    idn't tra

    nsfer their findings a

    nd kno

    wled

    ge to the genera

    tion next to

    them

    , all ca

    ve dra

    wings a

    nd sym

    bo

    lism a

    nd signs. W

    ould

    n't we still b

    e as w

    e were? H

    ow

    much

    Ima

    gine if the origina

    l huma

    ns did

    n't transfer their find

    ings and

    know

    ledge to

    the generatio

    n next to

    through la

    nguage ha

    s it preserved hum

    an culture, expa

    nd hum

    an a

    wa

    reness, progressed

    huma

    n kno

    wled

    ge and

    even the capa

    city to a

    cquire mo

    re know

    ledge, ha

    ndle it, a

    nalyse it a

    nd pa

    ss it on to

    the next generatio

    n? The mo

    re I think of it, the m

    ore a

    m co

    nvinced tha

    t we o

    nly get lucky over

    wild

    bea

    sts through o

    ur ab

    ility to reco

    rd a

    nd d

    ecod

    e our tho

    ughts using huma

    n langua

    ge, the

    ad

    vanced

    langua

    ge. The langua

    ge of sym

    bo

    ls and

    sound

    s. THE PO

    WER O

    F RECO

    RD-

    ING

    AN

    D REC

    ALLIN

    G FRO

    M REC

    ORD

    S OF W

    RITTEN TH

    OU

    GH

    TS IS WH

    AT EN

    ABLED

    US TO

    BE MA

    STERS.U

    S TO BE M

    ASTERS.

    US TO

    BE MA

    STERS.U

    S TO BE M

    ASTERS.

    Which sid

    e are yo

    u?W

    hich side a

    re you?

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