Rules Vs. Principles

Rule [rool] –noun

1: a principle or regulation governing conduct, action, procedure, arrangement, etc.: the rules of chess

2: the code of regulations observed by a religious order or congregation: the Franciscan rule.

Principle [prin-suh-puhl] –noun

1: an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct: a person of good moral principles.

4: principles, a personal or specific basis of conduct or management: to adhere to one’s principles; a kindergarten run on modern principles.

5: guiding sense of the requirements and obligations of right conduct: a person of principle.

11: an actuating agency in the mind or character, as an instinct, faculty, or natural tendency: the principles of human behavior.

Rules versus Principles.  Offshoots of a foundation. One made by others and forced on others.

Continued in Growls Of A Wolf


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