The Students for Humanity Review

February 8, 2018

In a world like ours, where we have thousands of technologies that simplify our lives, it often happens that we look for happiness in material things.

But what if we took a step back and were deprived of all our "advantages" discovered over the years? Almost everyone would state: "I would not be able to live a month without a mobile phone" or "without the objects I'm used to, I would feel incomplete and unhappy".

Well, I am excited to ascertain that it does not always work like this, and I am going to discuss this thanks to the support of a concrete experience: Loretta Emiri’s story.

Loretta is an Italian indigenist who, at the age of thirty and already full of curiosity and solidarity, decided to spend twenty years of her life living in the Brazilian Amazon forest in close contact with the s...

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