06 May 2010

On the Importance of Laws

Laws, order, rules, definition, formulas etc., anyway you want to call it, are attempts to meet destiny halfway. It allows humans to predict and control nature and limit the effects of chance. But mother nature and father time are brutal, selfish, and unforgiving parents.  Sooner or later, they will destroy us all. But for the meantime, the more laws we know, and the more aspects of life we can control and predict, the more chances we get towards a good life. It is probably a good idea to study and learn as much laws as we can and make the most of what we have now. Choose to be happy. Sooner or later mother nature and father time will surely have their last sinister laugh before they annihilate us all.

6 comments:

glentot said...

Fine bukas na bukas mag-eenroll ako BS Lawyer.

chikletz said...

they always get the last laugh anyway, since they annihilate us.

Random Student said...

most people (syempre except me) think that laws are above them and that if they violate it, laws are beneath them. what they are missing is the point that laws are made by mankind to create order in the society... until doomsday comes. once in a while it ceases to exist kasi we hold off enforcing it. human nature.

Rah said...

@Random student. diba, when no one enforces the law, human's animalistic side shows up and begins to show his barbarism. But humans must be vigilant to. There are a lot of foolish laws.

Random Student said...

and that's another proof of human nature -- to err. LOL!

Dinah Bee Menil said...

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