OBSERVATION (big errors)

There are two big errors the unmalicious can commit:
1. Attending to theory instead of to urgent practicalities. (‘doing math in the cockpit’)
2. Partying instead of attending to theory.
Ludwig Wittgenstein famously noted error #1 (studying to become professional philosophers while war was raging)
Then there is the one error that the malicious commit: partying instead of attending to urgent practicalities. (‘fiddling while Rome burns’)
[General Systems Theory]
[lack of malice]