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Fuel for Thought


By Greg Huggins
Posted Jan 7th 2020 8:03PM

Knowledge is power. Many of us have heard this from a young age. A simple statement that holds a lot of truth.

Today we are constantly bombarded with information from all directions. Television, computers, cell phones, billboards, radio and in person. How do you know where to get the knowledge you seek? How do you know which information is truthful without a hidden agenda? 

The internet has put so much information at our fingertips that it can be difficult to decipher which information is true. 

Eat eggs, don’t eat eggs. 

Keto diet is the best for weight loss, keto diets lead to high cholesterol and heart disease. 

Tire A is better than Tire B, Tire B is better than Tire A. 

Fuel at ABC truck stop is better than fuel at XYZ truck stop. 

Take road A not road B, take road B not road A. 

The contradictions are endless. Why? Because what works for some will not work for others.

Get your info from multiple sources and make an informed, thought provoking decision as to what is best for you and your unique situation. 

Another saying you may recognize, ignorance is bliss. Also a true statement. If you choose to ignore all the information available to you, you may very well be happier with your situation, but is it the best situation for you? 

Seek multiple platforms to gain knowledge to better make informed decisions. 

It is also true that you reap what you sow.

Where do you harvest those golden grains of knowledge?

See you down the road,