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Good Advice Project: Ken Michael Jon Taarup #17



Good Advice Project: Ken Michael Jon Taarup #17
This edition of the Good advice project comes from Ken Michael Jon Taarup #17; Writer, Wanderer and Mr. Nowhere Man. Thank you sharing your Good advice Sir Ken! :3

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"Embrace Skepticism."


It’s in our nature to question things we’re not familiar with and seek answers. Sometimes that impulse is driven by fear, but other times we’re guided by a curiosity to understand the world around us.
'On the road from the City of Skepticism, I had to pass through the Valley of Ambiguity.'
-Adam Smith.

And that is where skepticism comes in, it's neither bad or good but it is how we use it and I believe it is a necessary process for critical thinking as well. It can be used to trace an issue and solve a problem whether in the family, at work or relationships in general. But others or at least some of us, shun or view it negatively. Be skeptical and discover the truth of things or maybe not, you won't know until you try to be skeptical. :)

Embrace skepticism, extinguish cynicism. It is the highest virtue of a well meaning person and I believe it is a catalyst for a better society.

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What do you think of this good advice?

Fun Facts: 
Did you know that there is an International Skeptics Day celebrated somewhere around October?

Also, Acatalepsy is the incomprehensibility of all things; the doctrine held by the ancient Skeptic philosophers, that human knowledge never amounts to certainty, but only to probability.

About this 365 Good Advice project:
-My own version of a 365 project;
-reconnecting with the willing 1,400+ friends of mine (based from facebook)

-"Good" I mean the exact opposite of selfish. How can we give people good advice in order for them to care about others and not just of themselves.
-my friends share their "Good advice” – one every day or every other day or every after coffee talk.

For more information, do read the main blogpost on 365 Good Advice Project: Coffee Talks/Dates

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