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How to Open Doors for Other People

Hello, Simone here. This is The Hoomanist Weekly Digest. Ready for a curated list of links worth your
How to Open Doors for Other People
Hello, Simone here. This is The Hoomanist Weekly Digest. Ready for a curated list of links worth your time? Let’s start.

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As I get ready to release a new series of interviews on The Hoomanist (a new one every first Thursday of the month, starting in June), I started wondering about what the project is about. I wonder about it often, but right now I believe it’s all about exploring meaning.
Learning what you (or I) find meaningful in life by listening to what really matters to others. Is it money? Followers? Your children? Cars? Your partner? Nothing? (Can it be nothing at all?)
Even more important than what is why. Why do we care so much? On the surface, the reasons are different for each one of us.
So this is The Hoomanist. Honest chats about what and why we care about stuff.
Throughout this process. I want my attention to be respected, so I do my best to respect yours: no ads, no promo codes for mattresses or semi-okay toothbrushes. But to find guests, record, edit, publish, and curate a mailing list, still costs money. This is why I need your support for The Hoomanist. With your help, I can keep releasing new interviews and issues indefinitely. Become a member now.
“Once you get used to it, insanity can be the most normal thing in the world.”
—Geetz Romo
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