A Bit of Aldous Huxley’s Take on Life and Humanity

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Aldous Huxley

Born 1894, died of cancer in 1963 (probably due to smoking)

Best known for his dystopian 1932 novel, “Brave New World,” this outstanding writer and great mind can be better known to those unfamiliar with him by reading here: http://biblio.co.uk/aldous-huxley/author/676.

Just wanted to share some of his thought provoking viewpoints here, briefly. I have a soft spot for kindhearted misanthropes and enjoy reading their quotes, hope you do too. And yes, he was vegetarian from around 1945 onward, which was very uncommon in those days…surely he’d be with The Vegans now 😉

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And best for last, my favorite explanation for why I consider being thought a weird nut as a great compliment…40bea80b7ca5e901abfd71cd8481437b
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