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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
Humans: From Nothing to Now by Brett Ashcroft Harrison is a book that combines knowledge from a variety of disciplines — spirituality, philosophy, history, science, anthropology, and more — to redefine the place that humanity has in the universe. The book explores the conundrum of the origins of the universe and man’s ultimate purpose in it. As one reads this book, one immediately understands that nothing is here by chance. In this book, readers find answers to some of the very serious questions they ask, questions that touch on the ultimate reason of their being here, universal consciousness, the purpose of human life. Most importantly, the reader will understand man’s ultimate call to embrace and protect life. In today’s changing and challenging times, the author maintains that understanding the reason why we are here is the key to protecting our universe.
Brett Ashcroft Harrison’s writing is very perceptive and it addresses the heart of humankind in a powerful way. The reader is introduced to a fresh and more human way of looking at existence and of interpreting phenomena. The writing is simple and it won’t be difficult for the ordinary reader to grasp its message. Humans: From Nothing to Now is a book that will appeal to a very wide audience, and both philosophers and scientists, anthropologists and moralists will find useful information in this book. The book offers numerous ideas for discussion and reflection and readers can’t fail to notice the impassioned call to embrace a holistic, more conscious way of connecting with the universe. You will not look at life and the world around you in the same way after reading this book.