you prefer fairness to
Most of us like fairness and
Fairness intuitively and logically appeals to our hearts and
as it brings us peace and harmony.
painfully upsets our hearts and minds
as it brings us conflict and discord.
regardless of our desire for fairness,
remains too much a part of our ongoing lives,
in part, because of confusion
in understanding fairness
and unfairness in our daily lives.
commonly means unfairly favoring oneself over others.
It's a term that makes sense and can be useful.
what about its antonym,
Sometimes it is and sometimes
an illogically ambiguous term
that often leads to confusion.
To clear up this confusion,
we redefine unselfish
is that previously unnamed extreme
where favoring others over oneself is the theme.
Otherish IS unselfish, but it isn't
Fairish is the
constructive middle range
between the destructive extremes of
Fairish is a fair and balanced blend
and constructive concern-for-others.
Fairish is both unselfish AND fair.
the old simplistic terminology,
the choices have been:
Using the new
simpler way, the choices are:
(and much more understanding).
fair-ish-er instead of just plain fair?...
Because fairness by its very nature is often imprecise.
Few situations in life are absolutely fair.
Realistically, fair-ish is as fair as living
is likely to get on any routine basis.
But in spite of this imprecision,
fairishness means gradually
becoming more (rather than less) fairish,
Please proceed to
for a graphic presentation of this simpler, more balanced
and logical way of understanding fairness in relations. And
then to the less graphic but more moderately phrased
Then refer to "becoming fairisher" for ways of applying
these ideas to fairishize the relations in your