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We are all guilty of confusing sage advice with marketing slogans... and taking the latter.

What is the state of our civilization when marketing slogans trumps sage advise. Marketing passing off as wisdom (and its acceptance) is the greatest lie of our times.
The problem lies also with what is being market. Marketing can sell you bubble gum or a president. Can you tell the difference?

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