A prince should be slow to punish, and quick to reward.
- Ovid (43 BC - 18 AD)
Fish Eyes on Terra Firm - An Exercise in Gratitude
Inspired by Ovid's (43 BC - 18 AD) quote, "A prince should be slow to punish, and quick to reward". The titled responsion is...
Kindness strikes me as a social act. Certainly one could heuristically prime themselves towards acts of kindness and self-validation, however, gratitude, for-me (and Cicero) is the greatest of virtues. The advice here is to pay swiftly and keep the punished guessing. Niccolò Machiavelli and Ovid are both fair game in any expansion that suits your highest ideal or philosophical reckoning. Expand away!
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