#71 – Associate with your peers (Ομοιοις χρω)

Someone who is your peer is defined as someone “belonging to the same societal group especially based on age, grade, or status”. This Maxim instructs us to associate with our peers rather than those in other groups, not out of a sense of either superiority or shame, but because of similarities in understanding and experience.…

#65 – Honor good men (Αγαθους τιμα)

This is an interesting Maxim in that often times we honor people who are less than honorable. When we do this, we create a climate for ourselves and our children where the cycle perpetuates itself and we end up with people who are “famous for being famous” or rather, infamous. When we honor musicians who…