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This program was significantly inspiring to me, particularly the bit about his trip into the Himalayas. Despite a huge cultural barrier between he and the native inhabitants, they were able to connect and learn from each other without speaking a word. Through suffering from a stutter in childhood, Rabinowitz seemingly gained the ability to communicate without words. It seems evident that he has since progressed and is able to communicate much better, affording him skills in communicating both verbally and non-verbally. His understanding of the nature of wildlife is impressive, and I find it interesting that he states that living with animals is the same as living with humans, in many ways at least. This was an overall entertaining piece, and it is refreshing to see somebody who really strives to know more of the unknown.