‘When To Burn a Bridge’ Kingston’s Journey #156

https://youtu.be/a08f_5SuqRM What if You Need Their Help in the Future? Burning a bridge is generally unwise, which we discussed some time ago that one should simmer their bridges. There will always be individuals that you don't really need or perhaps dislike for whatever reason. But telling them off or blatantly severing connections is not advisable …

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‘The Truth Ain’t Free’ Kingston’s Journey #155

https://youtu.be/_I8Y1dOF8u8 Telling people what's what feels good. It's a release from all the pent up restraint and a riddance of hiding behind a facade. However it could be said that we are all faking it for other people. When attending a job interview, we put on a suit and tie as well as altering the …

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‘Why Talk To Taxi Men?’ Kingston’s Journey #152

https://youtu.be/LMOAUvMqnVY The Bookstore Says All Our brain power is limited, therefore it is only natural for us to want to limit the usage of our finite brainpower. And before I get any deeper into this, think of it as walking into a bookstore. In order to find the information that we need, we need to …

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‘Where There Is No Rule of Law’ (Thoughts on Chaos) Kingston’s Journey #151

In An Ideal World, There Is Order Now there are rules, rules for a reason. They help maintain peace, ensure a degree of stability and maintain order. This is all good and fine for building civilization for the good of the whole, in fact it can be argued that it is needed for the development …

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‘Coming to Terms With Hatred’ Kingston’s Journey (Sesquicentennial) #150

https://youtu.be/DU4iOAgiuys Where Destiny Has Brought Me At 150 entries in and close to 30 countries in the world, I wonder how I ended up in one of the most destitute part of the world. Nigeria, where people are quite often hateful, in such an impoverished part of the world that is West Africa. I have …

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When the Road Narrows (Choose Wisely) Kingston’s Journey #149

https://youtu.be/Vq00OxbZtDI Those That Turn Sour Some men turn old and bitter. The term 'grumpy old man' has been used frequently. Now as I have some time before reaching that stage. I won't comment on those individuals. What I will say rather is that everyone makes choices with the information best available to us. Therefore, sometimes …

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‘People Live, Thoughts Die’ (Problem Solving) Kingston’s Journey #147

https://youtu.be/poUup8N4mXk I Think Therefore I Am Cogito ergo sum, coined by an old philosopher long dead. I think, therefore I am. It can be argued that it is this cognitive ability of being able to work towards an abstract goal that has led us to become far more advanced then any other known creature. In …

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