Max Joseph Charles is an American actor. He appeared in the 2012 film The Three Stooges, and a young Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man and had a role in the ABC comedy science fiction series The Neighbors.
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This revolutionary book argues that the innate goodness and cooperation of human beings has been the greatest factor in our success. Author Rutger Bregman debunks the idea that humans are inherently selfish and self-interested, instead offering a new historical perspective that shows we are evolutionarily wired for cooperation. Through little-known true stories, he shows that our instinct to trust each other has a firm evolutionary basis. The ultimate goal of Humankind is to demonstrate a new social system that reorients our thinking towards positive and high expectations of our fellow man, which will reap lasting success. Bregman presents his groundbreaking ideas in a witty and frank manner, making history, social science, and economic theory accessible to all.
This is the book currently blowing my mind. A must read! @rcbregman – source
Experience the gripping stories of twelve Native Americans as they come together for the Big Oakland Powwow. From newly-sober Jacquie Red Feather to teenage Orvil performing his first traditional dance, these characters share their struggles with history, spirituality, and sacrifice. Tommy Orange's unforgettable novel offers a poignant and unflinching exploration of modern Native American life.
This book is 🔥. Thanks for the recco @JGHorn @VeroTrueSocial – source
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Discover the secrets to lasting happiness in this groundbreaking book. Real Happiness draws upon the latest research in positive psychology, mindfulness, and neuroscience to explore principles such as gratitude, kindness, forgiveness, and self-compassion. With 35 practical exercises, readers can achieve lasting change and become happier. This masterful book provides fresh ideas and insight, guiding readers on their path to true happiness.
As some1 whos struggled w/depression I rec this book to any1 searching for peace and happiness – source