part of their view of history.

In my 20s, I was lucky enough (through one of my many “life quests”) to be heavily exposed to an alternative Timeline of history than the one I was raised with (I was raised with a US-centric history – but I was exposed to a Greek/Middle Eastern view of history in my mid 20s for a few years). It was very eye opening to finally unde…rstand HOW the Renaissance started; that “lost knowledge” wasn’t rediscovered; the knowledge was NEVER LOST in the first place. One segment of the world forgot about it, another segment of the world was still teaching it to their kids and it was still a very active part of their view of history.”

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