natural order

“Thus, the laws of a land must be both fair and simple. Sometimes this is not possible, and if it is not, a ruler should err on the side of simplicity… In the end, attempting to create absolute fairness will create a greater impression of unfairness than maintaining a firmer and simpler set of rules.” pp 272-3

“It is always best when people do what they should because they choose to do so.” p 364

Natural Ordermage, 2007, L.E. Modesitt

Natural order ... clockwise, from top left, the Cape Bruny lighthouse; the Neck, a strip of land that joins the two parts of the island; the Tahune Forest AirWalk; the guest cottage at Hiba. Photos: Susan Wyndham

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