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Knowledge and the Bamboozlers

If you were given two pills—a red pill that will allow you to gain all known knowledge about reality, and a blue pill, where dreams and fantasies are all that exist, a false reality—which one would you choose? To know, or not to know? The reality is that modern [wo]man chooses the illusion. The majority of our species do not strive for discovery in knowledge,

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Nelson Mandela, Thuli Mashabane and an Oxford dictionary walk into a bar…

COURAGE “Is the ability to do something that frightens one; bravery: she called on all her courage to face the ordeal.” Like many others, I have my bag of fears. Some I have faced, some I have yet to look in the eye because I’ve not yet found the courage to face them—I can’t conquer them without it: courage. I’d say the biggest injustice

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