The Book on the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are

The Book

Authors: Alan W. Watts,

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You are an independent being, but not so independent that your deeds won’t have an effect on the world around you. Realizing this will change how you’ve been living life. It will make you a better citizen, a better caretaker of Mother Nature, and a better human being overall. Alan Watts shows you how you to start this quiet revolution.

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