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A few differences between Philosophy of Paper (law) and Philosophy of Life

Posted on: June 5, 2020

A few differences between Philosophy of Paper (law) and Philosophy of Life

I mean by paper (contracts, deeds,…) whatever the law consider as yours, and what you cannot agree with because you physically and emotionally cared most about during your life.

  1. A property that you decided to mortgage has never been yours, deep inside you. You didn’t care about the property or the community you lived amidst it.
  2. A building that you never cared to sweep and clean its outside yard has not been your at heart. People who owns apartments in a building and just clean the inside and neglect to care about the outside of the building don’t consider the building as Home.
  3. If you fail to keep the garden clean and beautiful, then the garden is Not yours at heart.
  4. If you were too busy to raise your kids and save quality time with them… they are Not your kids
  5. If you relied on your wife to maintain and clean the house every day and raise the children, you are Not a husband
  6. If a woman is forced to give birth against her will, in heart and mind, the child is Not hers
  7. If a woman is paid to bring to life a child, for any reason, and then feel that she is entitled to care and participate in the upbringing, then the child is hers

You got the gist.

All the pent up anger and revolts throughout history, between the common people and the power-to-be were due to this instinctive comprehension of the difference between Philosophy of Paper (law) and Philosophy of Life.

People want fairer and equitable laws in order to bridge the gap between what is considered Right and what is forced upon them as “Just”

Life is as important as death: If you live to develop your humanity

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