Learning Language読書感想Trial&Error

10. Always stay happy 10.17.2017

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Recently, I have started reading the book ’Sapiens’- A brief history of humankind” (The original sentence sounded abrupt) Why I choose this book? I usually don’t prefer to reading historical books, but several friends highly recommended that I try it. At first, I imagined the author would show history flowing ordinarily in a chronological way. I had doubts if it was really worth a read. My prediction was completely wrong.

There are 3 things worth to reading in this book.
Firstly, we can learn the author’s broad viewpoint and immense knowledge.
For example, He didn’t (3)exclude other species when he considered equality of happiness on the earth. Humanity’s happiness is (4)all the rage, but who mentions the happiness of livestock?

Secondly, He has an incredible sense of humor (humor often comes with the word sense). I actually laughed a lot while this book which looks difficult to read with its mathematical texts. This kind of expression (2) gave me an extended view of how to write an article.

Finally, the author described what makes humans happy. He said everlasting happiness is created from serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin. That’s true. He cited the happy and perfect world from one of my favorite dystopian novels “Brave New World”. But this is not a conclusion. He just presents a fundamental question, and faintly points to key pieces of evidence.

In my conclusion, happiness is subjective. If I want to be always happy, I should never forget the contents of “Sapiens”


Before the revision

Title: Keep always happy.

Now I’m reading “Sapiens”. The subtitle is a brief history of humankind. Why I chose this book? I usually don’t prefer to read a historical book, but several friends highly recommended me to try it. Firstly I imagined that author shows history it just time flowing ordinary way. I was doubted was it really worth to read. My prediction was completely failed.

There is 3 worth to read it.
Firstly, we can learn the author’s wide and huge knowledge and viewpoint.
For example, He didn’t (3)exclude other species when we consider equality about happy on the earth. All human’s happiness is (4)all the rage, but who mentions happiness of livestock?

Secondly, He has incredibly humor. I actually laughed a lot in this book which looks like difficult texts of math. This kind of expression (2)extended my thought of how to write an article.

Finally, the author described what makes human to happy. He said everlasting happiness create from serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin. That’s true. He citation the perfect happy world from one of my favorite dystopia novel “brave new world”. But this is not a conclusion. He just presents a fundamental question, shows (1)faint key pieces of evidence.

In my conclusion, happiness is subjective. If I want to always happy, I should never forget the contents of “Sapience”.


words to practice: (1)faint, (2)extend, (3)exclude
Expression: (4)all the rage
When something is all the rage, it has become very popular or trendy.
Twittering text messages are all the rage these days, both among individuals and companies.

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