Dealing with Absent Carpenters
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THE FOLLOWING axioms take off from English proverbs on the subject. The reference is Rosalind Fergusson's Dictionary of Proverbs, pages 1-3 [Dp 1-2]. Book data is at the bottom of the page. The question of whether we can learn anything from "raw" or unprepared sayings and proverbs is superceded here and elsewhere on the site, by a cogent, rational arrangement of various sayings, proverbs (statements) according to a Tick Tack Tao scheme. You can learn about it here: [Link]. What I end up with by putting proverbs into the Tao scheme, is great lore, and may in part look a bit like sayings of Confucius (Kongfu) too.
The frisk and salty tend to be reckoned with as strong -
The friend that's absent is forgotten as his influence is dwarfed.
No real friends should play dead to be considered strong.
The frisk and salt sea voyage can help reduce both first love and blunders. ◊
The absent party can seldom afford big passions
Those far, far away are seldom seen for what they really are.
The absent part that hates you, seems beaten.
Well knows the fuzzy mouse the changes of a friend. ◊
Long absence and guilt can change a friend or four.
It happens that very great passions also blame former good friends at a distance.
To be in the wrong should work best from a distance.
It should be far, far better just to be absent than to feign good at a distance
The very absent passions are never the great ones.
It's always better to blame friends at a distance.
To be good tends to bring about absence later on. [TTT: 2.1]
GistA Tick Tack Tao table-scheme sums up the glide or general, provable stream by over-arching looks (considerations) that may seem correct enough somehow. It's often possible to form several nutshell-takes (carefully stratified lessons), not just one and two. Here are first suggestions:
Maybe the frisk and salty one (in general) had better stay away from conform settings where people must feign (or only feign and copy) to look good.
A LOT of people would insist that missing craftsmen at times is a big and over-arching problem, and that there are more facets and nuances to it than that the plumber or carpenter decide to play dead - maybe figurative, one way or other.
The frisk and salty carpenters tend to be reckoned with as strong, the others hardly that -
The carpenter and brick-layer that are only absent, are forgotten as their influence abates somehow.
No good masons should play dead (on the site or when you need them on the phone) to be considered strong.
The frisk and salt sea voyage can help reduce both all right love and blunders, once the [horrible and over-expensive] masons are out of the house. [You don't know how true it is -] ◊
The strongly absent carport-maker can seldom afford big passions when he makes up excuses.
Those carport-makers that only are far, far away are seldom seen for what they really are.
The truant carpenter that hates you for withholding his pay, he could even be beaten (somehow).
Well knows the fuzzy brick-layer that the wind of friendships may change as he makes ever greater mistakes. ◊
Long absence and guilt can change the firms' employees for better or worse [Strikes do happen].
It happens that very great passions also blame the great carpenters in solidly unfair ways at a distance.
For the carport-maker to be in the wrong should work best from a distance.
It should be far, far better if the horrible tile-laying expert just is absent rather than feigning good at a distance
The carport-maker's very absent passions for a lot of work are never seen as his great ones among those who contract him.
It can be safer and work better to blame one's carpenters when their important jobs are over, and keeping some distance since.
To be good to hired hands tends to bring about their absence later on.
All-round counsel on dealing with many carpenters may pertain to plumbers too
We think these cruxes hold water fairly well. To use parts of them as your own standards requires that you also carry the expences and do it all at your own risk. The rewards may be withheld, also. Strange company has that "force", so to speak.
Now, what do you think? There are good chances that you may get better rapport with conform ones (another Taurean "thing") by substituting a lot for it. Replace "carport-maker" with "conform fellow" and get another surprise on top of the tick tack toe systemics.. It's here to aid and help beginners in the art of living and handling - eh - carport-makers.
First, 'crow' means 'say with self-satisfaction' here. Seek to do it in a neat and tidy way if not a pleasant and entertaining way. And it is unwise to look down on all conformists, for there is good conformism to live up to too. The doings and whereabouts of conformists are the wheels and cogwheels in the machine that takes us further and further - but what if it is downwards in the name of progress? Or is it largely otherwise? Is it progress to litter your nest and seek to fly to another tree without wings, in the hope that they will be had underway? Man's hopes and investments in space colonisation is not wholly unlike that of the fowling bird who soils his own nest (planet and fit living conditions) while dreaming of settling in other far-out places that are not fit for living, not yet, maybe never, and so on. Further, the telling and taking in of fit facts make only low-standing dupes sour - maybe.
These quite mellow suggestions could apply for the playful artist that slowly learns to make use of typified, set ways in what is to be his trade for living, perhaps. And they may also seem much plausible for the one that masters the finest educational psychology.
Reading through textbooks in educational psychology you may see how sentences we've come up with, could fit. Benefits may not always come quickly and easily, but may give beneficial drifts of attitudes first [Edp]
You have now taken a look at variations of collectively shared, British heritage. Net results - called gist here - consist in neat life lessons to carry along as you please. It sometimes helps to get aligned to folk wisdom from where you are too, probably.
Find the conformist denuded through nutshell expressions below:
The frisk and salty conform man tend to be reckoned with as strong, right or wrong
The conformist that's absent is forgotten soon enough, and his influence fades and gets levelled.
No real conformist should need to play dead to be reckoned with as strong.
The frisk and salt sea voyage can help reduce both first love and blunders of too conform ones. ◊
The absent conform ones can seldom afford big passions
Those conform guys that live very far away are seldom seen and noted at all.
The absent or unmet conformist that hates you, seems beaten by others somehow.
Well detects the gullible conform man-eater the changes of a friend. ◊
Long absence and guilt can change a conformist buddy for the worse. He may get vain also.
It happens that very great passions in the nearest conformist also blame former allies at a distance or in a pucker (Perhaps we shouldn't expect real and solid justness from a mere conformist - he is seldom that developed, they say).
For the conform man to be in the wrong and found out, happens to work best from a distance.
It could work better if the conform man just kept his distance rather than striving to look good "at a distance" (including by distance-making)
The very absent passions in conformists are never the strong passions of great minds and artists. We should note that.
It's always better to blame many assembled conformist and a mob at a solid distance. A huge and solid brick wall is also of merit to some.
To be good to a conformist tends to make that one strangely remote or even physically absent later on.
There is good enough reason to suspect discreetly that in a conform buddy over half of his seemingly strong emotions are feigned to appear appropriate somehow, one way or other.
Dp: Fergusson, Rosalind: The Penguin Dictionary of Proverbs. Penguin. Harmondsworth, 1983.
Edp: Cronbach, Lee. Educational Psychology. 3rd ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.
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