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Human: Instructions for Use

You want to be a happy healthy human, don’t you? You don’t want to die a slow death of lifestyle related health problems that threaten 90% of people today. Learn how to minimize the threats and become the best human version of yourself. Read the latest book by Nara Petrovič!

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The latest book by Nara Petrovič

Human: Instructions for Use

You want to be a happy healthy human, don’t you? You don’t want to die a slow death of lifestyle related health problems that threaten 90% of people today. Learn how to minimize the threats and become the best human version of yourself. 

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The book Human is your back door to health and happiness.

The book Human is your back door to health and happiness.

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Nara’s book Human is a voice for the reclaiming of life.

– Charles Eisenstien 

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A wild man in the wilderness, nothing special. That you can imagine. But how to fit within both wilderness and society as it is?

Nara draws from both worlds, marrying contradictions, and telling a unique story of our culture and humanness. He’s a living example that it’s possible to participate in a culture and be free from its oppression.

Nara has lived for more than a decade without shoes, a toothbrush, flushing toilets, and other “necessities” of modern life. This native Slovene travels the world barefoot, speaking, teaching, and supporting environmental projects. His homebase is a sustainable community project in Slovenia that he co-founded in 2013. Read more…

Author of Human: Instructions for Use

About the author

A wild man in the wilderness, nothing special. That you can imagine. But how to fit within both wilderness and society as it is?

Nara draws from both worlds, marrying contradictions, and telling a unique story of our culture and humanness. He’s a living example that it’s possible to participate in a culture and be free from its oppression.

Nara has lived for more than a decade without shoes, a toothbrush, flushing toilets, and other “necessities” of modern life. This native Slovene travels the world barefoot, speaking, teaching, and supporting environmental projects. His homebase is a sustainable community project in Slovenia that he co-founded in 2013. Read more…

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How good are you at spotting common stupidities? (Not in today’s politics, that’s too easy!) Look around your own home! Do you see any? You will, for sure, when you start following this blog! You will also learn about smart alternatives. Under layers of unquestioned culture you’ll find the genuine human that is you. Read more…

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Nara’s Articles

How good are you at spotting common stupidities? (Not in today’s politics, that’s too easy!) Look around your own home! Do you see any? You will, for sure, when you start following this blog! You will also learn about smart alternatives. Under layers of unquestioned culture you’ll find the genuine human that is you.

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June 7th, 2020|

You've probably noticed that when people want to believe in something--by all means--they tend to be annoying to the point of being a pain in the a.s. Or -- when they're in the majority -- you have to hold back, swallow all the BS and not roll your eyes (while keeping your mouth shut!). It's disrespectful and even dangerous to question any widely shared cultural idiocies. Proofs of belief-based cultural "truths" are always reductionistic. As long as they serve some convictions, people will fit reality into various images using any fallacy of argument they can get their minds upon. Reductionism can express both as oversimplifying