Prejudice is the fool’s form of abstraction. Since a certain amount of abstraction is necessary for a given standard of living, prejudice, while pernicious in its effects, is not necessarily malicious in its origin. Prejudice is typically akin to a man who has fallen overboard from a ship clutching at a passing piece of driftwood.
keywords: life, society, status, rank


prohibition against profanity: The burly word gets the burn.
keywords: Linguistics, Language Arts, The early bird gets the worm.


The retort, “You can fire me, but you can’t tell me what to do.” is an example of the imposition of compactness.
keywords: life, negotiation, strategy

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If you faithfully fill what’s empty, empty what’s full, and scratch where it itches, you will wind up defaulting to the study of mathematics.
keywords: priority, priorities, philosophy, psychology