How is a person supposed to follow rules that they haven’t been told?
Why should rules be followed if they are not articulated?
If a rule cannot be adhered to, what is the point of the rule existing?
If a rule cannot be enforced what is the point of the rule?
If enforcing a rule is too difficult, too time consuming, or too costly, then what is the point of the rule?
Instead of telling people what not to do, what about giving people an example of what to do and the reason why?
If one person only needs to go half a mile, why make another go a full mile?
I hate being held to unwritten rules and unrealistic rules. I hate double standards.
- Cobalt TiNor