Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Idle Theory

Idle Theory offers a simple explanation for human kindness and cruelty. The theory expresses that it is the people who are the most idle who have the spare time to exercise kindness and consideration. It also implies that it is the people who are busy most of the time who are less likely to be kind and considerate. If an individual has a stressful job they are more likely to be more uptight and in theory would become angry far easier than an individual who does not have a stressful job. Busy people have not the time for such consideration or judgment. They must often make hasty decisions that produce fast results.


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