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Can an Incorrect Opinion be Valued?

Acknowledging what’s right in those who are wrong

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Social media is giving us all a more personal connection, but it’s also making us take opposing opinions a lot more personally.

You can roast, grind & brew posh coffee daily, but it doesn’t mean the existence of instant is offensive or degrading to coffee.




Some of life’s most difficult questions can have answers that are so simple, they can be said with as many words as you can fit on a post-it note. This is a publication of ‘toilet thoughts’ and fully-sober conclusions that refract real life through a prism of self-awareness.

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