The Last Lonely Traveler
- From the Extremes
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Don’t reward bad behavior. Moderation in all things. Know when to quit.You are not living if you are afraid to take risks. Knowing someone is richer than you can make you feel poor. It’s nice to be nice, but balance it with tough love. You can’t buy love. Don’t mess with someone in their own backyard. Don’t let mean people know you are afraid. Evil doers generally end poorly, even without your vengeance. Without problems, there would be no reference for what is a pleasure. The past is not fairly judged by the standards of the present. Diminishing returns result as you expend more and more on a problem. More than money, a good education requires parents, teachers, and students that care. Mistakes are to be forgiven, unless intentionally repeated. Even a bad person would be smart to not lie. A bully’s mother may only see a “gentle giant”. Everyone is somebody. Dedicating too much to one problem can allow another to fester. Beware of Unintended Consequences. Perfection is the Enemy of the Good. Even the poor of today live better than the royalty of old. If you think a business is making an unfair profit, get rich competing with them. Business “entities” really are people. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on both of us. City people are generally less honest than country people. There are universal standards that apply to you and your adversary equally. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. All complex issues are influenced by multiple factors. Black lives should matter to everyone. You are not totally innocent if you ignore your contributions to your own problems. It is unethical to redefine words to deem yourself better and your enemy worse. Improving situations are not getting worse just because you change the standard. Facts don’t have a “side” in an argument, and can’t biased. Reverse the roles to see if you are being fair. Diversity Inherently Results in Unequal Outcomes, and that can be a good thing. Discriminating by race is a learned behavior in all communities. It’s not racist to treat everyone the same. It is not a privilege to be treated fairly. There is a kernel of truth to most stereotypes. Extremes and outliers can unfairly establish a prejudicial group stereotype. Old people are not the same person they were when they were young. The extremists are a tiny interesting minority with excessive influence. In science, law, and civil society, best answers require consideration of all relevant facts.
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