Poem: How Can Rules Be Learned, Implemented and Used?

Rules, policies,

everywhere a statement,

everywhere a sentence.

How we agree on rules:
parliamentary procedure —
a vocal editing of text.

How we learn rules:
we read or hear their statement,
or we infer the local custom,
by observing the examples.
How do we implement rules:
with love for safety and co-operation,
we enact them in ourselves,
for those that don’t self-discipline
with policy enforcement officers,

a reminder of the fear of disorder.

How are rules used:
For safety, for co-operation.

For communication.

Text, text, text,
it’s what we revolve around,
not here, not there,
but everywhere,

we find it.

Underpinning our society,
The fastest way to learn,
implement and use:

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About Logan

Hi, I'm currently working on Speakable Programming for Every Language (SPEL), to allow humanity to collagorate together in creating a General-Intelligence Operating-System (GI-OS), which can eventually aid in giving robots support for human reincarnation, thus allowing us to colonize the other planets in our solar system and the cosmos. Meanwhile I am authoring sci-fi stories to help share my vision of the future, and teaching meditation and quantum animism to provide a belief system and set of practices compatible with the oncoming future. Stories regarding my blog content have been covered in the Daily Mail, Business Insider and Technocracy News. Thank you all for helping spreading the word.

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