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<h1>How to Live</h1>
<p><strong><em>one-sided arguments and one strange conclusion</em></strong></p>
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<h2>Book Summary:</h2>
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There's an amazing book called “<a href="/book/Sum">Sum</a>”, that has forty radically different, conflicting, and creative answers to the question “What happens when you die?”
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Directly inspired by that, I've written a book that has twenty radically different, conflicting, and useful answers to the question of how to live.
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It's extra-exciting and personal for me, because I realized that for over ten years, I've been writing for many hours a week on this subject for my own reflection.
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I’m still writing it now.
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