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6 Jan
Sir: What is reduced to ‘‘the impossible code’’ in the above topic may be elaborated to be certain cultural creeds, superstitious and religious beliefs, primitive societal value system, etc, to which many average humans attach so much importance and regard to the extent that it, unknowingly, affects their lives, often negatively. For example, it can limit them from achieving greater progress.

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