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Unlearn Life Is Hard, And The Older We Get, It Only Seems To Get Complex We Can Easily Get Overwhelmed Trying To Deal With Everything All At Once We Look Everywhere For Solutions To Make The Journey A Bit Bearable Everywhere But Within Sometimes We Gain From Letting Go Whether It S Old Habits, Stale Mindsets, Regrets Of The Past, Or Simply The Way We View Our Lives In Order To Grow We Have To Shed The Things That Are Holding Us Back UnLearn Is Collection Of Writings To Remind You Of The Wisdom You Ve Already Acquired, But May Have Lost Under The Weight And Pressures Of Daily Life Humble The Poet, Aka Kanwer Singh Is An Elementary School Teacher, Writer, Musician, And Creative Who S Writings Are Designed To Be Simple Yet Stimulating UnLearn Is His Literary Debut, Which Aims To Motivate And Inspire You To Explore Your Own Hidden Potentials The Book Is A Compilation Of Easy To Digest Pieces Of Honesty Inspired By His Wildly Popular Blog, Which Has A Loyal Readership Of Over UnLearn Touches Upon A Myriad Of Topics That We All Go Through In Life, From Love, Relationships, To Success, And Chasing Our Dreams This Book Is The Perfect Primer To Clean The Slate, And Allow You A Life Of Fulfillment Through Life Long Learning Simple, Honest, And Effective, UnLearn Is A Collection Of Nuggets That Remind You Of The Things That Keep This Wild Ride Steady


About the Author: Humble the Poet

Humble the Poet Kanwer Singh is a Canadian born rapper, spoken word artist, poet, internationally bestselling author, and former elementary school teacher with a wildly popular blog with over 100,000 monthly readers He has than 930,000 social media followers, and his first edition of Unlearn is a Globe and Mail bestseller He has performed at concerts and festivals including Lollapalooza a



10 thoughts on “Unlearn

  1. says:

    You can read this book the normal way at the bus on your way to work or under the sun at a beach while you can hear little kids screaming in ecstasy like they ve never experienced summer before You can read it with a pack of post its in hand to take as many quotes out of i


  2. says:

    I picked this book up a couple of days ago and I m probably not gonna put it down any time soon I m going to use it as something I can turn to whenever necessary or just when I feel like it to just get a little knowledge from Humble Awesome book.


  3. says:

    DNF So poorly written, so lacking in editing, so grammatically flawed and full of punctuation errors, it actually hurt my conscience to read I thought if I started copy editing it myself, pen in hand, it might be a fun experience, but all it did was make me feel like I d wasted my money I


  4. says:

    A book that was simple, crisp and on to the point Couldn t have asked for a better life lesson in words Please give it a read.


  5. says:

    Such a good book So much wisdom in this Great book if you ve lost you re path in life Definitely answers the questions I ve always been wondering about life.


  6. says:

    Somewhat repetitive, but the author notes at the beginning that all chapters can be taken on their own I think this is a book you can come back to, pick up, and read again from any point to review and inspire the soul The writing is strong and promotes non preachy, to each his own advice.


  7. says:

    consider me humbled


  8. says:

    It s a quick read A lot of the points are common, but it s nice to hear another version of the message Great book


  9. says:

    Excellent Book.To be completely honest I had never even heard of Humble the Poet until I came across this book in a Chapters I had read a few other books similar to this Subtle Art and Fuck It so I thought why the hell not read This one as well Humble made a lot of of really good points as did the other books, that I plan on using to my full p


  10. says:

    It s hard to articulate exactly how I feel about this book I didn t read this book for my own enjoyment I read it as part of my mission to find short texts that will interest high school students I think the book succeeds in that regard the style is informal, easy to read, and generally uplifting without being unrealistically optimistic note some profa


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