I read a lot because 1) I love reading, 2) it keeps my mind sharp, and 3) it consumes vast amounts of time.
I am currently reading perhaps the most mind-bending non-fiction book I have ever encountered and I would like to ask anyone who has already read it what you think of it. It is called "Sapiens, A Brief History of Humankind," by the Israeli-born, Oxford-educated historian Yuval Noah Harari.
Only seven chapters in, it has already rocked my worldview off its axis, and I am quite certain I will have to read it at least one more time to give it the reflection is so obviously deserves. What say you, retirees?