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— The Problem with Everything is an old article I wrote first on paper about 2005, and later uploaded to my old Evans Liberal Politics website right at its beginings in 2008. I feel it is a valid law of human behavior (or even human ecology, since I took a graduate level course in human ecology in 1978), It is meant to be a very inclusive law of our behavior and may be why it is so hard to change anything for the better.

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A Law of Human Behavior

The Daily Walk with Love (Link to Home page and blog), March 6, 2020, by Paul E Evans. If you are going to republish this, please give me a link. Pretty yellow flowers in sunshine courtesy of

If Anyone has Any personally important reason to form a basically untrue or incorrect opinion about, decide to basically reject, refuse to honestly consider, make a fundamentally negative conclusion regarding, dismiss, OR oppose: ANY explanation, communication, idea, proposal, person, or anything else, regardless of how basically unfair this is: Then unless the person has other reasons which are more compelling to them, if the person thinks he can do this and not experience really negative consequences, he or she always does so.

The few people who do not do this are almost valid saints. A lifetime’s experience tells me you have to pick and choose your spots.

“To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life.” — Robert Louis Stevenson.

I am running into the usual hacked in censors ruining my code, so I will let today’s effort go at that. God Bless and Blessed Be, everyone!