Approvement: n. judging a subset(s) to be good and/or right and this judgment is sometimes bad and/or wrong for the average human.
(Criminals and/or deceivers) and/or liars frequently approve of bad and/or wrong behavior
Approval can come from a law or rule, judge, expert, authority, commoner, or immoral human.
Be careful who you get your approval from because it may be illegal and/or immoral.
Most humans are very opinionated and they impulsively approve or disapprove of many opinions, ideas, beliefs, and behaviors. If you approve of something then you usually say “yes” and emotionally feel pleasant about what you are approving of.
If you do not approve of something then you usually say “no” or use words like stupid, crazy, nasty, horrible, terrible, disgusting, outrageous, unacceptable, bad, lousy, shitty, crappy, it sucks, and many more words and phrases which convey disapproval.
You have to be careful not to offend someone by your disapproval of someone’s behavior because words like stupid will upset someone who doesn’t think that they are stupid. They may have done only a few stupid things in their recent past but not enough to be labeled or stereotyped as being a stupid human.
The danger in approving something arises when you have been deceived or lied to and trust that what a human is telling you is the truth.
You may invest much money in a friend recommended supper risky penny stock only to find out that almost all the value is gone in a day or two.
You may be very tempted to invest thousands in a company recommended by a friend of yours because it returns as much as 20% a year on invested money which turns out to be a Ponzi scheme and you lose it all.
You may trust an acquaintance’s promise to pay you back a $20 dollar loan only to find out that the acquaintance vanishes from view and never pays you back the $20.
You lend $2000 to a friend and he or she never pays you back and you lose a friend because you never forgive them for not paying you back.
You may approve of your offspring going out late at night on their own only to discover the next day that they went out and got drunk and did drugs with some bad friends.
You may approve of your spouse’s spending habits only to find out that she or he maxed out the credit card and created great financial stress.
You may say yes and do someone a small favor only to find out that they have a list of new favors to ask you which start to really annoy you.
You trust the dealer’s good description of a used car only to later find out that you purchased a lemon.
Be careful of approving anything where money changes hands and be wary of humans promising to do things when they have not fulfilled many of their promises in the past.
Beware of impulsive approval on important things in life such as buying a big house or committing to marriage which should require much conscientious thinking before saying yes to them, especially calculating the money which you will need to support a big house or family life.
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