How to Be Less Human – A Book Review

How to be Less Human

How to Be Less Human – A Book Review

“How to be Less Human” by Dr. Gilad Iskowitz is an excellent little book on the topic of being human and taking responsibility for one’s own actions. It’s simple, if a human can be understood. The thing is that this book is not for the faint of heart or those easily frightened by strong words. In fact, it is a very gentle book with simple language. It’s about the red plague, and the book literally tells you what to do if you are infected with it.

In the book, Dr. Gilad Iskowitz advises that you should be very careful if you are exposed to the plague in any way. You need to get a first aid kit together, one that contains bandages, antibacterial ointment, tweezers, gloves, twine, safety glasses, tweezers again, safety whistle and anything else that may be needed. A box of sanitizer is also suggested as a precautionary measure. As far as what you should do if you are infected with the plague, gilad says that the following should be done at the earliest indication possible: to call the local health department (or your local poison center) for information on any symptoms that may indicate that you have come in contact with the plague, and to have yourself tested for the appropriate disease.

The book ends with a very simple message: there is no evil that cannot become good. If you choose the right path, you will find that your love of mankind will grow stronger. If you choose the wrong path, you will find that the love of mankind will wither and die. In either case, as the red crescent points east, this book has inspired me to live by this simple advice.