How to Build your World: History

I know it’s been a while but I am finally back with another article on my World Builder Series.  I will be writing one a month until I’ve completed the series. 🙂

Okay, so let’s get on to today’s topic which is History.

If you missed any of my earlier World Builder articles you can find them here –World Builder series.

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Why is History Important?

Simply put, what happened in the past has effects on the present and future.  History can also be a predictor of the future as patterns and behaviours can emerge.

By being aware of what happened in the past, I’m not just talking about the big things, like war for example, but the smaller things such as the events and reactions that led up to war can be revealing.

Knowing about history gives people a stronger understanding of why things happened and that experience can…

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4 thoughts on “How to Build your World: History

  1. As far as I’m concerned, it’s all History to me! In school, nothing made me sleepier than History class. Yet now that my future has merged with the present, the past takes on an urgency I hadn’t counted on. Since it’s practical application emerged, I’ve become somewhat of a History buff. I will follow you just because. As time persists, I will be glad to read your honking huge article. Lol! cheers!

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