Eventually we come to the realization of why certain institutions exist; and that they have nothing to do with professionalism, and everything to do with mistakes.
Everything to do with feelings, and nothing to do with understanding.
Everything to do with fun, and nothing to do with work.
Everything to do with meditation and peace.
Nothing to do with love and war.
Yet betimes it seems the one thing we need to fix--the one thing our society needs--is the removal of such an institution.
The idea societies have existed without such institutions, frustrates some of us to the very core of our being, for the fact that they went away.
It is not through nostalgia, then, that some people talk of the good old days. For they hope for those days to return.
And not just hope. They spend their whole lives concerning themselves over the tiniest little mistakes that they make.
But you may save yourself the trouble of making excuses. When those days return, and if I am still alive when they do, I shall merely be a pointing finger to the past.