On Umair Haque

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Imagine you’re on a flight in the middle of the Atlantic, suddenly the captain of the flight screams over the speaker that the plane is going down imminently.

What do you do? Pray? Cry? Laugh? There’s not much you could really do.

If somebody told you the world is ending now. What would you do? What use is that information to you?

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The lessons of philosophy and history, their practical benefits for your life and work. Feel free to get in touch: stevengambardella@gmail.com

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Steven Gambardella

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The lessons of philosophy and history, their practical benefits for your life and work. Feel free to get in touch: stevengambardella@gmail.com

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