“I have only two rules which I regard as principles of conduct. The first is, have no rules. The second is, be independent of the opinion of others.”
~ Albert Einstein
Rules, including laws, policies, etc., are necessary. Not only do they ensure justice and fairness, they prevent disarray and encourage uniformity, amongst other things. But we have to identify with the purpose and intent of a rule in order to see it as good, and follow it. Which brings me to a question, do rules stifle creativity? I’d like to hear your opinions.
You probably can deduce from the above quote that I like to break rules, now and again. So I’m breaking the rule of nominating 5 bloggers, instead invite all who are up for the challenge to participate.
Here are the rules:
1. For three consecutive days, choose a quotation and write a little about it.
2. Thank the person who nominated you, and link back to their site.
3. Nominate 5 new bloggers for the challenge, and let them know about it.
Thank you Vincent Wambua for inviting me along to participate in the challenge. Hey Readers, if you are not following Vincent’s blog you are missing out. This blog is full of wisdom, inspirational quotes, probing poetry and opinions. Go check it out!