Hmmmn, really law is created for many reasons which some people have pointed out, among others which could be to control a setting or people from being lawless, to guide a certain group of people or settings, or to have a standard, ordinances and or orderliness in a particular setting etc.

One very good thing I observed is that often laws are created due to selfish motive of the creator of such laws. When we vividly sit to examine any law of any settings you will notice some clauses and agree with me that those caluses are created due to selfish reason of one or more people who created such laws. No law is exceptionally diferrent or excludes the above observation ranging from the UN International laws and principles to laws of the smallest group in any society.

Let us always remember that what goes round comes round, if any law is created today with a selfish motive you (the creator of that law), somehow someday will be a victim of violation of that law. Then what happens when this occurs? Most times we tend to try to twist the law to get out of it by getting a good interpreter of law who are often Lawyers to bail us out.

In a nutshell, let us all (from the World powers to the common man in any society) take away selfish motives whenever we are trying to create a governing law.


Appreciating what you have!

Appreciating what you have!

When ever we have a thing (either object or human) we do not often appreciate it until it slips off our hands or the thing is no more.  That is when we know the value of what we have lost.

This happens everywhere, everyday in life to everyone. why is this so?


Simply because we are often blinded by the negative aspect of that person or thing that we do not like.  Until that thing is no more available or replaced by another, then you begin to remember the positive side of that person or thing the more and feel what you have missed.

Lets us learn to often see the positive side of whatever we have at hand and appreciate.