It helps to appreciate the many different sides of wisdom, ethics, and morals.
Practicality, for instance.
Among other things, some people try to own practicality to the point of foolish, unethical, and immoral degrees (by common assertion).
Still, most people feel itís wise to stick to the practical side of things because itís safe, but not always as fruitful as the impractical.
Example: Most people know that Life involves risk, blind faith, wild hairs, unorthodox-out of the box and completely crazy ideas that can facilitate progress or benefit all humankind through someoneís determination or utter insanity/genius. Visionaries? Dream chasers? Most people get that, until whatever it is they accomplish proves to be intelligent of origin and design. What if itís just entertaining to them or something they feel driven to do out of a need for change?
Damn, then the ďPracticalsĒ step in and take all the fun or merit out of it by trying to own the rights to their ideas, then marketing it to death, or theyíll figure out how to use it as a weapon. Thus showing the evil side of impracticality, but for some reason itís not seen as unwise, unethical, or immoral, because they are already the ones making all the rules about whatís wise, ethical and moral. Huh, ainít that some shizen?
So there is some merit to being a rule breaker: Faulty, yes, but just as faulty as always following all the rules, to me. Mistakes will be made no matter what.
No human has a cod-lock on wisdom and thatís a beautiful fact for me, thank goodness.
Does that keep us from trying to assert that we do? No.
Iíd like to assess that all women who possess a wild amount of sexuality are sexual objects, especially if they flaunt it, but thatís the faultiest thing Iíve ever written in judgment, BECAUSE:
You can cover a woman up from head to toe, never let her speak, touch, or look into the eyes of another man, make her walk 10 paces behind a man, and diminish her worth to the price of an ďuncleanĒ pig, and some men will still use her as a sexual object.
I donít give men enough power over me to decide whether Iím an object or not. I decide that. Otherwise, all men and women are damned if they do, damned if they donít by popular assumptions. Itís just not practical or wise to me, to place so much power on an idea that it dictates our behavior beyond belief. I'm just as guilty of that as the next person, but I'm gonna step out of the box and say that I think men and women are better at making their own choices than most people want to give them credit for. We just think we could always do it better or be better or are better at whatever it is at hand. I'll be the first to admit "I'm not smarter than a 5th grader" and my elders have forgotten more than I'll ever know.