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The Rules are Made to Be Broken

Do you obey the rules of your country? Or do you not? Most people do not care about rules. Most people do not spend time reading the rules in front of them. Some rules are just made and posted for nothing. Some rules cannot rule the people who made them. There are rules that are just made to be broken.

On the Photo: Rules When Buying Puppies


People are undeniably living under different sets of rules and regulations. The civilization of mankind came with the aid of rules. The government of whatever country is established from several sets of rules. Election, traffic, constitution, wage increase, online marketing, application for passport, enrollment in college, setting of gasoline prices, playing professional basketball , parking on malls, playing poker, dressing on occasions, visiting holy places, riding on public transports, programming codes, everything; there is a set of rules that must be followed.


On the Photo: Rules in Using a Club and its Facility

On the Photo: Rules About Proper Attire that Must Be Observe in a Holy Place

This is the price of the technology, of the economic development and of the man’s desire to move forward. There are millions of rules and what’s sad about it is that there are also millions who do not know them yet and could have been no more intention of knowing and following them at all.

On the Photo: Rules About Not Using a Plastic

The bills and proclamations are rules imposed by the government to its people. There are thousand of rules and their revisions wherein most of the people do not know or do not care about. Isn’t it the price of ignorance or the price of personal interests? There are fines for street violations while there are bails for imprisonments. There are taxes for working while there are trials for graft and corruption practices. There are rules about equality and peace.

On the Photo: Rules When Bringing Pets on Public Places

There are simple rules and there are rules that no one can understand but only the people behind it. Any rule has its equivalent penalty when violated. It is just the same with the third law of physics: law of action and reaction.

On the Photo: Simple Rule on a Urinal System

Regulation according to Wikipedia is controlling human or societal behavior by rules or restrictions. The Philippines and the Filipinos: is there a regulation that exists between them? Who is in control and can they control the humans involved? Or is it that people do not want to be controlled?

On the Photo: Rules About Parking in a Shopping Place

Everyday we are facing different rules, many rules. Is there something that needs to be changed about rules?

Obey the rules by educating ourselves. Why not visit our website at www.projectnoriel.com to learn more about rules that will teach you how to do business?

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