I am not sure I would call them consequences. I do get what you mean, but I would take those things as a positive. Couldn’t we look at what you call consequences rather as benefits? It seems like positive outcomes rather than the negative connotation associated with consequences.

Naturally, I do believe everything in moderation, because even a benefit if abused can turn bad.

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Adam E. Badenhorst

Adam E. Badenhorst

Writer. Into politics, heritage, environment and crypto/future. Love a tough debate and intellectual discussions.

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