"Sherlock Holmes said: 'In the absence of evidence, all suspicions are worthless. Pertinent facts are the currency of my profession.' Success is foundation-ed on facts, on reality; not opinion, belief, guesswork or assumption. When someone makes an assertion, you should always ask: how do you know this? You will usually discover they cannot prove their case with facts. At best, they'll repeat others' unquestioned assertions as their facts." - Dan Kennedy
Beware being spoon-fed information without first knowing the "source" of that information and most important, finding out if the information is being "funded" to support a narrative. Aka: conflict of interest. This is running rampant today with politics, public health, medicine, and environmental issues, to name a few. And those who question it - how do you know this? - are often labeled or name-called, "dangerous" or "misinformation." Be EVEN MORE aware of the labels. Labels = Distraction From Truth. Question everything. Don't let anyone invalidate that line of thinking. Ever.
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