Everyone has an opinion.
Everyone has “facts”. Most of these are not facts.
The easiest place is not between two extremes.
The correct opinion is not always between two extremes. (“Well, but don’t liberate the slaves too much.“)
There’s always someone more extremer than thou.
Don’t whistle while pissing; that attracts the pissbears.
Corollary: Paranoia is easy.
You are not special.
Corollary 1: “I strongly feel” is not a good argument.
Corollary 2: Your experiences are not the sum of the total of human experience.
Corollary 3: The sum of the total of human experience isn’t all there is.
Corollary 3b: Tradition is overrated.
“Do good” is about as useful a guide as “Turn right”. (“Universal guide to arriving to Las Vegas: Turn right!”)
There are stupid questions.
Corollary 1: Aardvark whatever us charley horse a state?
Corollary 2: Have you stopped beating your wife yet?
Corollary 3: Assuming this is a good thing and this is an evil thing, which do you think is gooder?
You should ask even the stupid questions.
Corollary 1: Colorado!
Corollary 2: Mu.
Corollary 3: The first one; and about your model of the world and the world itself, a few words…