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Caleb Paul

 · 2yr ago · 5:00
Imagine early humans seeing snow or fire for the first time? How do you think they might have felt?

"…Hello. Hello, everyone. I was kind of imagine early humans seeing snow or experiencing phenomena for the first time. Imagine. And like an early human living in Central Asia. And for some reason, they never left because, for example, their food, their resources, the things that are important for other to consume living. They have everything right there. Imagine. Imagine early humans seeing snow or forest of Eastern Asia.…"

#absorbing surprise


Taylor J

 · 2yr ago · 2:31

"…And so you have this really weird clashing of cultures where neither of the organisms involved have the faintest idea of what it is they're facing. And it sort of allowed for just the widespread destruction of a lot of these animal species. The humans had weapons and were able to take advantage of a lot of these peaceful animals, not necessarily knowing that they were about to be hunted.…"

Dewuan .

 · 2yr ago · 3:59

"…There was no word for snow, there was no word for fire, there was no word for hot. There was no word for cold in some cultures, at least until the language really begin and expanding this beautiful thing. So they're just experiencing nature probably the most purest of all. And I can imagine, especially with the snow. They're like. Man, I feel weird. Like I need to cover up. What am I going to do to cover up? This is cold.…"

Thoughts beyond words @tooshy

Caleb Paul

 · 2yr ago · 3:55

"…Hello. Hello, Mr. Kelly. Golmer. And I'm sorry that I didn't get to respond too early. I didn't get on to it for a very long time. Wow. When I listened to you as well, especially when you talk about the clashing of curtains, like when there was a lot of migration, when these people had to migrate and they kind of got to like different new spaces. When you say they met all sorts of new auto life forms, new species.…"



Caleb Paul

 · 2yr ago · 5:00

"…Hello, Robin. And sorry because I didn't get to respond to your spell. Like earlier. I listened to your spelling. Other aura Borealis. It is so out of this world. It's still hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that such beauty can exist. And even on Earth, this is really crazy.…"


Swell Team

 · now · 0:15

Caleb Paul

 · 2yr ago · 4:22

"…You're just going to see it like this is where you might slow down or accelerate. It's going to be easier to put it, like in a circulation context. Yeah. And thank you so much for your inspiration. Thank you. For responding. You got me thinking. And you still get me thinking about all that. You know. Thank you, Mr. Duncan.…"