The Law Cannot Organize Labor and Industry Without Organizing Injustice

Try to imagine a regulation of labor imposed by force that is not a violation of liberty; a transfer of wealth imposed by force that is not a violation of property. If you cannot reconcile these contradictions, then you must conclude that the law cannot organize labor and industry without organizing injustice. – Frederic Bastiat

Bertrand Russell’s – My Ten Commmandments

Do not lie to yourself. Do not lie to other people unless they are exercising tyranny. When you think it is your duty to inflict pain,scrutinize your reasons closely. When you desire power, examine yourself closely as to why you deserve it. When you have power, use it to build up people, not to constrict…

Seneca Quotes

Seneca was a Roman dramatist, statesman, and Stoic philosopher. He was also Nero’s tutor and advisor. Very little is known about his early life, except that he was born in Cordoba in 4 BC. According to Miriam Griffin, one of his biographers, there is no enough information on his life before 41 AD. In 65…