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Nature endows men to be a boss at mls, and endows women to be a boss at gls, and since gls is ‘superior’ to mls, Lady Astor’s quote, “I married beneath me. All women do.” is spot-on. (cf: “She’s already at where he wants to be.”) A man uses his mls endowment to build his gls, and a woman uses her gls endowment to build her mls. Hence the saying, “A man is as good as he has to be, and a woman is as bad as she dares to be.”, and also hence the truth, and appropriateness, of the saying, “A man is usually more pleased that his wife is a good cook, than that she knows Greek.”
keywords: life, Social Psychology, Kurt Lewin

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Nothing’s easier to understand than a large footprint. (cf: Dostoyevsky’s quote about lopping off heads, and cf the idea that you should pick the day-trader whose details of operation you understand the least)
keywords: life, General Systems Theory

OBSERVATION

There is a natural tendency to try to substitute procedure for process. It’s hard for the recipients of this ruse to defend against it, but its telltale effect is boredom. Wodehouse’s “Treatment is everything.” is an emphatic acknowledgement that process needs to have priority over procedure, and the nub of Paul Graham’s essay “THE LESSON TO UNLEARN” is that of substituting the procedure of testing for the process of learning. Here is the link to his essay.
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