Category Archives: Humanity

Life Abroad Nightmares – embassy red tape

Although I’ve ranted before about the boldfaced lie of “blissfully traveling the world” I just can’t help myself so here I go again. When it suits their fancy governments seem to know everything there is to know about you (big brother). On the other hand when it comes to issuing a visa, authenticating a marriage, […]

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Lies Someone Told You: “He’s an expert”

What do Herman Melville and Warren Buffet have in common?For one thing they accurately described a plague of false competency.What do I mean? And what is there to learn from it?Let’s start closer to the beginning.

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Lies Someone Told You: “Travel the world”

To a fair extent I can say I’ve “travelled the world” And I can also tell you that if someone is saying to you “I can teach you how to get rich, travel the world, and live the life” he/she is trying to sell you something, and you better beware.

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The Link – the making of a master theory

Links. Fifty or so years ago Thomas Kuhn penned Theory of Scientific Revolutions And we learned that we tend to think in-box. The Link (cross discipline thinking) is the antidote. Links. The fabric of our world wide Web. They have an ancient history…

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Travel is the antidote

https://snarkynomad.com/the-best-of-mark-twains-travel-quotes/ Travel is the antidote to ignorance. Mark Twain wrote Innocents Abroad and also wrote the book about his travel to Hawaii and the west (roughin it – was the name?) Travel will teach you how similar people are by first showing you that they are different and then breaking down those differences.

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