_________ (Middle Stone Culture c. 10,000 - 8,000 BCE) Paleolithic people learned to plant seeds and grow plants, grains and fruits and to domesticate wild animals. Humans learned herding, for example, of cattle and camels. Hunters and gatherers became farmers to produce food. Herdsmen became more and more sophisticated, which led to the Neolithic life. Nomadic life ended and settlements began to exist. Permanent farm communities emerged. Wheat, barley, rice and maize were grown. Pigs, goats, cattle, and sheep have given them regular sources of food, wool and leather. The individual manifestation of Brahman resides in every human being called "_____". "_______" is, according to Upanishads, soundless, formless, intangible, undying, tasteless, odorless, beginning less, endless, eternal, immutable and beyond nature. "_____" seeks to be united with the Brahman and union of "_____" with Brahman, the ultimate goal of every human being, according to Hinduism, is called Moksha or Nirvana.