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Hope Is an Essential Part of Life

Drake Baer, “What Good Is Hope?,” The Cut (12-27-16)

Hope Is an Essential Part of Life

Humans seek after hope like moths seek after light. It’s intrinsic to who we are. Neuroscientists Tali Sharot argues hope is so essential to our survival that it is hardwired into our brains, arguing it can be the difference between living a healthier ...

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