It may so be that the man in the mirror doesn't need to change his ways, but the advice is sound. It may so be that some mistake the universal gender with the forlorn one, and therefore think that the balanced one need only look in the mirror literally, by backforming figurative to something which a dressing mirror will show.
Putting myself into heels, after having them custom made, which detail gives my story-telling terrors a look at the town round about, who I'll have to join on the outside of my property, because it's all very well getting myself into a skirt but we can't call it a woman's dress these days unless a woman is wearing it; and thus facing a girl who doesn't know how to make up her mind, I still think the best advice is simply to present her with facts.
But this might leave us with nothing to do but stare at our gui and feel the world turn.
New technologies almost without exception are those which are touted to fascinate a child into educating themselves; which is to look at the word game, and the word loser. A business, which is evil, because until socialists have achieved their goal the love of money is the only one for a business, and which is a provider of a gui but not what's under the surface, might, for little reason at all, make us think about earthquakes.
We prefer to avoid figures of speech that involve misery because misery, like prettiness, is its own superlative. But an earthquake makes us think of disaster management. Such is the case for an evil business which finds itself at the receiving end of the word loser for having forgotten that when one makes something that any fool can use, only a fool will use it.
On the other hand, they had taken the world by storm with an etch-a-sketch app, without which no project in the world could get funding.
And now that app is just one of those tools that need to be supported; just because the intention was to hold everyone up in meetings while the developer was left to think about version control, doesn't mean we must avoid what else the tool can do.
I can't change my ways of wanting to get the first version right, but my random sparks of idiocy seemed to find a fuel tank, which suggests to me that the airing of dirty laundry isn't something to be entirely avoided. If we find that people are playing games with our heart and the cause is definitely a lack of respect for gpl, we might come to think that whenever someone tells us we're clever they're actually telling us they hate us.
GNU is a religion. The choir will not understand that the protection of rights comes before love; and why would they need to?