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It's about living with nature, properly!

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The anthropocentric worldview sees humans as the most significant species. In biology classes we were taught microbes such as bacteria are lower organisms than animals and plants. Homo sapiens are at the apex.
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Bahasa Malaysia, just like Russian, is given to a great nation
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On the surface, what happens on a seemingly hellish half-island of a nation that is Haiti, in the Caribbean, matters, at most, to the Western hemisphere where it belongs.