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|Rupali said: (Nov 20, 2022)|
|Hello to each and every who want's a change but not want to be changed.
In my opinion Rules are just a thoughts of that person who were approached to make the rules.
Some people made the rules according to their understanding and knowledge which were may be correct in that time and we are following them blindly without raising any doubt.
Suppose anyone wish to change the rule that women may stay with her parents even after marriage, people will start targeting that person by saying that they do not respect rituals but our society even know why this ritual was started, who made this rule and what was the reason behind making such rule. In name of rules and rituals there was also a rule called 'Sati pratha' to burry a women alive when her husband dies. If this thing can be changed then why not others. Such kind of rules are meant to be broken.
My point is if we can not raise our voice against impartial rules then I thing animals are living a good life then us.
|Pheroseight said: (Nov 20, 2021)|
|Rules are meant to be broken when needed.
When you can't do anything about a situation and the last option is to break the rules. Depending on the time and situation given. You do the crime you do the time. For example. If you had to come up with the money to save your family and time is not on your side the last thing you can do is to steal for the ones you love then if it saves their life wouldn't anyone risk their life for their family? When I say risk their life I mean freedom. We all know the consequences that follow and we will sacrifice our own self to save those we love especially our children/our loved ones people who mean everything to us. If we had no choice given and we tried our best to get help from everyone to anyone but no one was there to help what else can you/we do?
Now this isn't always the best thing to do in some scenarios but as long as breaking the rules don't involve hurting anyone or taking someone's life away I'm sure that if it saves a life or many lives then yes rules are meant to be broken. I would break it if needed just to save many or even just 1 life because 1 matters.
Anyways RULES should stay the way it is it has worked for so long but there are just some that need to be looked into that may need a little bit of tweaking. The rule-makers knows whats best for the people I'm sure they did not just get to where they are at without the knowledge and experience and I'm sure they also had to live the way others did in order to experience what others are experiencing they can even be beside us and we don't even know it. To know what rules are to be broken you must first experience the reasoning as to why they had to be broken. The reasonings vs the excuses. Which one outweighs is there's a will there's a can. You will do your hardest to succeed in life by obeying rules along the way. Rules are there not to keep us in line but to help us along the way. We have our own will our own rights and the knowledge to know what is wrong or right we also are given the feeling that we have felt in our journey and we know when something seems to be off or wrong like Spiderman we get these senses. A666nd it is up to us to follow it. Our intuition plays a big part you will sense things that makes eye doesn't see this is when your body mind and soul aligns and when it does you just know and feel that you must do what you believe is right even thou you know that it may break some rules but you just know that you need to it because you can see it by the experience you have encountered and the knowledge you have learned from it. And when you feel that something just isn't right or you just feel that it's needed you go with your feeling and what you believe. And because you believe you need to see for yourself that what you feel is right so you go blindness into the unknown and you hope that you are right and if you arnt well atleast you went with what you believe in and now you know. Atleast it was your own choice. So let me ask now thesame questions are rules meant to be broken? Yes they are but that's the test of life the questions we should ask is. What are you willing to sacrifice? Your freedom? Or the freedom of others? If you can make a difference and if you had to endure all the pain and suffering to change something wouldn't you sacrifice yourself if it helps all of us? If it can make a difference?
|Sanvi Chopra said: (Apr 25, 2021)|
|Good evening to everyone.
Today our topic is "Rules are meant to be broken".
Let's begin with our topic.
As my opinion rules are for everyone and everyone should follow them. There are many rules that are made by governments but for our safety. There are some rules that are necessary for us like traffic signals, children can't give a vote until they are 18, and many more. There is a rule for a short time period to wear mask, social distances etc. And we should follow them. It's our safety.
|Rakesh said: (Jan 9, 2021)|
|Good evening to all.
I am glad to take the opportunity to talk in this topic.
So, first of all, rules mean the obeying discipline mode of our life that some created by us and some crated by the government so rule makes us more comfortable and a simple leading of life as the example is that he rule of traffic and in COVID 19 rule of sanitisation social distancing mask-wearing that crated by govt to feels us more protected but if we are moving against the rules that means we get short term satisfaction and relaxation but we don't know that how if provide an impact on other people so the rule doesn't mean to broken but sometimes our corruption feels us that our govt breaking the rule against the law so rules is everything physically and mentally.
|Piyush said: (Dec 13, 2020)|
In my opinion, the statement Rules are meant to be broken is partially correct. It depends upon the rules which are to be broken or not, for example, there are some traffic rules which are not meant to be broken and we should follow them properly, also there are some laws which were set by Britishers in India, but they harass some our peoples in many ways, that's why many Nationalists and Freedom Fighters gave up their life fighting the Britisher for our freedom and by breaking the laws. So it depends upon the Rules which affect the majority of the people. Rules are set by the government which are always in favour of the masses and when the masses do not agree with the rules or want some changes in it, they broke the rules. In football, you break the rules of the game you are out of the game.
So yes, Rules are meant to be broken but not always.
|Navya said: (Sep 17, 2020)|
|There are two sides for every coin. As the statement says 'rules are meant to be broken'.
It is not always the same scenario, we must act based upon the situation. If you always obey the rules and follow them blindly you will never be able to achieve your passion or dreams. If everyone follows the same rulers, everyone will land to the same destination.
It is only when you break the rules and come out of your comfort zone, work hard you'll be able to experience the taste of success.
Similarily in certain cases, it is imperative to follow the rules and act accordingly because we the people of India live in a democratic country that doesn't mean we can do whatever we want to.
|Anjani said: (Jun 18, 2020)|
|According to me "Rules are meant to follow and they can also be broken". For example, if we are not following the rule on-road then there is a chance for an accident. And nowadays due COVID 19, we should follow the rules given by the government like wearing a mask and sanitizing our hands or we are going to be affected by a coronavirus. Another example if we are no breaking the rules then we must be in ancient time. Were we use stones to produce fire but now we are using matchbox, litre etc. The is someone who broken the rules and found this latest technology.
Conclusion: I say that rules are there to follow as well as they are there to broken.
|Rohan said: (Apr 25, 2020)|
|According to me, Rules is like to habitual discipline to obey and follows the regulations with terms ad conditions. Rules are not for broken because every bad thing is punishable and harmful for others as well as society. Example of Dubai and gulf countries rules are stringent for any crime, so that's why those counties crime rates are reduced or equal to none & government stringent this little crime and people haven't any brave to do this crime and society is safe to follow this rules. If there are no rules in the world then every country, a person broke the rules and attack to others and graveyard. Lord Ram is a very nice attribute to peoples to follow the rules. Rules are made to keep silence and ecosystem are safe.|
|Urvashi said: (Apr 20, 2020)|
|Firstly, thank you for giving me a platform to express my views & opinions.
Rules are meant to be broken!
Everyday We live with the rules, We follow rules, We break rules. Rules is nothing it's just behavior of our lifestyle. I would say about today's scenario, nowadays COVID 19 spreading day by day. Because of that, our PRIME MINISTER says that in this situation, we should stay at our home with our family. And it's very strictly announced but most of the people do not consider it. They are breaking their rules.
Now, end the topic concluding that rules are great to make a follow, God Ram, is the best example of rules, he always go with the life of rules, he never breaks rules in or life and in the end he is great & the very brave king of Ayodhya.
|Samra Qureshi said: (Mar 29, 2020)|
|GOOD EVENING EVERYONE,
My name is Samra Qureshi, I am really glad to speak on the topic-Rules are meant to be broken.
First and the foremost thing is thank-you for giving me the opportunity to speak and now lets get started.
Rules are the guidelines provided to individuals to follow for a better and peaceful living. Often people concluded the following rules as restriction and feel prisoned.
As per my opinion, the application of rules depends upon the circumstances and situation.
Killing someone is not accepted against the living while killing someone on borders is accepted.
I also believe that some rule-breaking in the daily schedule gives us the opportunity to learn and explore around.
EXAMPLE- I would like to share a very common example with you. A man goes to the gym for weight-loss, his instructor asks him to follow and adhere to the planned diet. Albeit he want to lose his pounds but can't go on days without deserts or pizza, In that a small cheat day is made for him so that he can enjoy exercising along with his regime. I shared this example just to tell you about how sometimes breaking a small rule gives us gratification.
I would like to share the example of the current ongoing situation around the world- COVID-19 virus.
The government is asking the citizens to remain quarantined if they have any travel history and also asking people to remain inside their dwellings until the curfew is closed.
This is the road that is beneficial for human health. As the virus is spread through contact, physical distancing is the only way to contain its spread.
Respected Prime Minister SHREE NARENDRA MODI appealing the citizens to follow the rules and guidelines to avoid the epidemic. He is asking citizens to contain accumulation to avoid spread and further deaths. This is a great example of following the rule for the welfare of society.
Along with it, I would like to ask you all a question. The breaking of rule for the wrong reason albeit giving pleasure should be allowed?
Of course not, we cannot do anything wrong just for gratification.
I would end the topic concluding that rules are great to make and follow as it helps in bringing discipline, peace, distinction, gratification in once's life, and someone breaking it if it brings peace without knowing it won't hurt others and you can explore more.
Thank you all for patiently listening to me.
|Himika said: (Feb 11, 2020)|
|Rules are meant to be broken.
In my opinion, rules which are oppressive or are against the goodness of society overall should be broken.
Rules are made to bring order in society, however, these rules are decided by mankind which means that they can always be wrong.
If rules are not broken people will never know what is beyond the limit.
Rules NEED To be broken to find new methods and creative solutions. Dreams only come true when we believe that our imagination can be something real and that is more than often against the rules.
However in more practical situations like criminal activity, if rules are broken it is incorrect.
Conclusion: the statement is not universally correct. It adversely depends on the situation.
|Sangeet said: (Jun 23, 2019)|
|I think rules shouldn't be broken because if we disobey or broke any rule, then we are in habit of disobeying again and again.
Take an example of sports like cricket, football etc. These games are possible because of rules. In cricket, there is a rule not to ball after a fixed line. If we broke this rule, then think what is fun of playing these games.
So, I respect rules and regulations.
|Harish Karanam said: (Mar 5, 2019)|
|Rules are Meant to be Broken!.
In my Opinion, the application of rule depends on the circumstances and Situations. Because killing of a person in society is Against to the rule of Living, whereas killing a person at Boarder or in the forest by our commandos or by the militants is well accepted.
In my opinion, there are no universal rules which are applicable to each and every situation. That's is the reason it is well said in the constitution courts to give a sense of the rule. The rule has to be modified to the Situation if it is giving adverse results for the prosperity of society then the rule has to be broken as per the constitution, not whomsoever wants to broke the law.
The thinking capacity and application our mind to a particular situation makes us different from the animals living in the forest.
I can tell one thing before doing anything apply our mind and common sense.
|Leonard said: (Mar 2, 2019)|
|No rules should not be broken. There is a certain Reason for each rule was created.
In other words, we can say that there are two kinds of people.
1. Would obey when the instruction is given.
2. They would physically get affected and then realize later.
Our childhood days our mom would have told not to go near candle but we would always be attracted by them and then we would get wounded in our hands.
In the young stage, government or police would ask us to wear helmets but we would think it's difficult to put on in sunny days and we would not use them.
But soon we would met with an accident then only we realize our mistake.
So there is a certain reason why rules are created especially when elder people advise us we should think and obey them. Because if they say there might be a reason for all the rules and regulations to be followed so if we broke our rules we would break our life timeline.
|Pavan Kumar Bobbadi said: (Feb 24, 2019)|
|Rules are to be followed only when you know the reason. And the reason should be perfect. Making no injustice to anyone.
If the rule is not correct then we have the damn power to violate it. No compromise at all.
|Pujitha said: (Dec 14, 2018)|
|Rules are meant to be broken' if this is true then no man on the Earth would be alive today. Just imagine for a minute that there are no rules and regulations in this world. Rivalry countries would have destroyed each other using their nuclear weapons. Druggist supplying drugs through country boundaries. People harming, killing and robbing each other according to their needs and moods. This is just a glimpse of the situation. When it will happen no one will remain alive to discuss on that issue. A world without rules is like a graveyard. We are living in a modern era where we have technologies to make our life easier, we have mobiles, trains, aeroplanes to cover thousands of miles in a very short time. These all are gifts of a systematic society embraced with rules and regulations. Talking about the situation of our country, girls are raped and people are murdered in day light and it is happening when we have a proper system of rules and laws. Imagine what would happen if no rules are there. Everything will be in chaos. And again with these modern technologies, humans have created enough weapons to destroy itself completely. So, the rules are becoming more and more important for our lives. These are the rules which are actually helping us in sustaining human existence on Earth.|
|Sandhya Jha said: (Dec 9, 2018)|
This is Sandhya Jha.
I totally disagree to this point, because I personally feel that we must follow every rule because rule is made should be followed not broken, but sometimes I think rule should broken also, because I have seen especially in cast of Muslims they haven't idea what should do because, for them it's prohibited no one give a company of Muslims, only they think that it's not my culture and rule also, but I think those work for me to bad so I think it's must be broken of everybody, that's why friend it's my personal perception, thanks.
|Sivani said: (Sep 19, 2018)|
|Rules are meant to be broken.
The above statement can't apply to every rule. Let me discuss an example here. Courts enforce rules upon people for reducing crime and evil I'm the society. Without rules, ethics and morals, where would our society be turning into ? In this case, rules play a major role. On the other hand, there are few rules that we are following till date that need to be crossed. We used to have a rule that justified child marriage, if the same convention is being followed now, there's nothing wrong in crossing it. Children are meant t grow and develop into a brighter citizens by not being tied to marriages.
Hence, I conclude saying that, rules can be best as per the generation and their adaptability.
|Hawale Kishor said: (Sep 6, 2018)|
|No, I don't think so because rules makes our life easy.|
|Pritam Kumar said: (Aug 1, 2018)|
|As per my opinion, rules are meant to be broken is not true because rules are made for the convenience of people. So rules are made to follow it not to break it. If we follow the rules then it will be helpful for us and for others also.|
|Mayank said: (Jul 28, 2018)|
|In my option, one should follow rules not for his own good but also for others. One must consider following rules is good for the long run. I would like to elaborate it by saying when we park our vehicle in a no-parking zone (knowingly) then because of that may be a lot of people can suffer and get irritated because of a wrong decision of not following the rule.
I completely disagree with the statement of rules are meant to be broken in any way.
|Deepak Kumar Pandey said: (Jun 18, 2018)|
|Rules are meant to be broken is not true but when there is need to change the rule then we must do it.
Rules are made by keeping in mind that it will help in accomplishing the work in proper manner. But we know as time changes, new technologies evolved, new ways of handling problems are made rather than using old ones.
So, we should follow the rules but instead of breaking them find that why you are going to break them. May be that rule is not necessary nowdays to follow then replace the rule with new one which can be followed according to new generation.
|Sudha said: (May 24, 2018)|
|Rules are made to be followed and not to be broken. Now it's up to us how we see rules.|
|Uday said: (May 11, 2018)|
I think rules are made by our ancestors from their experiences so, rules are almost for our goodwill, we should follow the rules, some of the rules are not understandable to us we don't know the fact behind the rules, and we don't have that much time to know the fact behind each and every rule. So instead of breaking rules, we should try to follow it. I would like to say one thing also that if there is a situation comes where you have to break rules, before breaking rules thinks twice about result whether it is good for all or not.
|Sachin Suryavanshi said: (Mar 14, 2018)|
|I am delighted to see such wonderful thought provoking inputs. Rules are meant to control, influence. Main objective of defining of any rule is to expect a person should behave in particular mannerism. As time passes, these rules become absolute and ineffective, which needs to be re validate as time passes. Effectiveness of rule execution measurement tool is major tool to re define rule execution. Rule binds person's mind and body. I am not saying we should not break laws, but we must have to break rules to extend our boundaries. Bringing our dreams into reality. We have to break barriers and fly high through this route. Check history and you will find all people who had done exceptionally well in their life is not believing in ongoing rule and breaking rule.|
|Varun Pratap said: (Mar 10, 2018)|
|LIFE is dynamic in nature it's never still. We make rules for the smooth perpetuation of our daily activities. If we don't do so we may be lost. Life without an aim is like a ship wandering in the ocean without any fixed destination. Discipline is very much necessary but sorry it's fading from us.
Every game has rules we cannot go as our mind craves for.
But many rules like our conservative customs, rituals are a hindrance in the path of success that needs to be broken it needs to be modified for everyone betterment.
Overall rules were made by our ancestor's wise persons from their experiences that are almost correct so we should follow those rules, stay in our limits as they are for our own betterment only, and rest we are matured only we know our good and bad and do actions accordingly.
|Naresh said: (Jan 21, 2018)|
|Rules are very important to live in a society. Sometimes we need to brake rules for our happiness or favour, at that time we are going face some problems. So, respect the rules and fallow.|
|Biplab said: (Dec 26, 2017)|
|Rules and regulations are made inorder to make well developed society where no-one cannot dominat over another according to their will.
Rules are made for benefits for people but there are some situations where things doesn't goes according to us and at that time rules are broken. In this world everything, everyone has some merits and some demirits it depends on person how he/she looks to it.
|Snehlata said: (Dec 4, 2017)|
|I believe that rules give us a form to live a live. So we should follow rules.|
|Mohit said: (Nov 29, 2017)|
According to me, the statement that rules are meant to be broken is not good to be followed like as we know our country has the rule that is right to equality if we broke that rule then who will suffer= Us. Each and every person has the right to life if we break that rule then who will suffer=Us. So, if one wants to live his life without rules then it would not be possible that he would succeed in his life. If a person made his own rules for his life I guarantee it that he would succeed in his life. But there were some rules in the country those had to be broken like that of the Sati Pratha, Pardha system etc those were making a gap between the equality of a male and female and the initiative of ending these rules were taken by Raja Ram Mohan Roy. We know that youth of our country are much talented and they are proving themselves in the whole world and why they all are having the chance to prove themselves is just because of some rules those may be made in their life and also provided by the country.
|Shubhi Agrawal said: (Nov 26, 2017)|
|Rules are meant to be broken' if this is true then no man on the Earth would be alive today. Just imagine for a minute that there are no rules and regulations in this world. Rivalry countries would have destroyed each other using their nuclear weapons. Druggist supplying drugs through country boundaries. People harming, killing and robbing each other according to their needs and moods. This is just a glimpse of the situation. When it will happen no one will remain alive to discuss on that issue. A world without rules is like a graveyard. We are living in a modern era where we have technologies to make our life easier, we have mobiles, trains, airplanes to cover thousands of miles in a very short time. These all are gifts of a systematic society embraced with rules and regulations. Talking about the situation of our country, girls are raped and people are murdered in day light and it is happening when we have a proper system of rules and laws. Imagine what would happen if no rules are there. Everything will be in chaos. And again with these modern technologies, humans have created enough weapons to destroy itself completely. So rules are becoming more and more important for our lives. These are the rules which are actually helping us in sustaining human existence on Earth.|
|Gauraw said: (Sep 15, 2017)|
|What are rules?
They simply mean Limitations of ' Our way Of living'.
You have to follow the rules for your goodness.
If we break the rules, we will suffer as well!
|Vyshakh.v said: (Sep 7, 2017)|
|I think that rules are not always meant to be broken. I feel the context of breaking the rules varies in accordance with the situation. Rules made for public interests must never be broken like following traffic rules etc. For instance if rules are made to do a problem in maths only by a particular way or to adhere to a set of instructions devised by some people in solving some kind of problem is'nt always advisable from my perspective. Have felt so because it hinders a different individual's problem solving ability and creativity. Maybe that person can device a better method or a simpler one. In such instances rules are to be broken.|
|Abhishek Kumar Singh said: (Sep 6, 2017)|
|In my point of view, ya this is right that rules teach us to live life in a proper way, and rules also for our safety and make an easy life.
But sometimes its have been seeming that some rules stacked freedom of people and also was not good for our society. Example- the tradition of sati was very bad for women. It was need of time to broken.
And sometime after broken, the rule people make great and Inspiration for others.
You can see in Pakistan. We have a great example of "Malala".
She broke the Afgan terrorist rule. And did not stop to go to school. And now she has gotten. Novel price for this work.
So sometimes, its need of time to broke the rule. In accident case and In more of situation. We have to breaking rules.
|Kartik said: (Aug 27, 2017)|
|A quote in the Sanskrit language always gives an idea that good though always hurts man, but bad thoughts gives us pleasure. For eg, A sweat creates diabetics although it is better tastes but a salty medicine cures us of that disease Although it is bad tastes. Rules are the medicines like, so people hate it although it is good for them, and break the rules very easily and said gratefully " Rules are meant to be broken". And affected a lot by breaking the rules.|
|Tahseen Khan said: (Aug 17, 2017)|
|Rules are meant to be broken I did not agree with this statement because rules makes the people life easier, comfortable and challenging but sometimes to be broke the rules is good for us. Rules are Rules its equal for all of you either rich man, middle or poor man. It is that type of things that never create a difference. For eg: When we go to school, there is a rule that everyone has the same uniform either rich or poor student because school is a place for gaining some knowledge, not a fashion show. Rules doesn't create a negative thinking of poor students that he is a poor and other is a rich but many cases rules are broken is good for us. Sometimes there is a patient whose condition is very serious, they reach the hospital in very short period of time but there is an issue is Traffic red light, at time we broke the rules because ones life is more important than rules, .|
|Karishma said: (Aug 16, 2017)|
|According to me, rules is for the benefit of the people. Depending on the rules, we can follow it restrict it. But some rules are very much essential. For eg rules like wearing helmet, avoid cellphones while driving is very good for the safety of the people. But some rules like in office restriction to internet to employees is irrelevant to current suitvation. If rules are essential and useful everyone follows it, but it is useful no one folows it. Thank you.|
|Amit said: (Aug 16, 2017)|
|Rules are not meant to be broken. Rules are present for the benefit of mankind. If any breaks rule then he had face some kind of problem. Rules play a vital role for a developing country. Rules are present gor safety of us only. If anyone breaks rules then it could be helpful to him but it would be harmful for others and that would led to fight between them. So maintain peace rules are very much important to be followed. Thus, rules are kept for that if anyone tries to break it then he would have to think twice.|
|Uttam Mishra said: (Aug 15, 2017)|
|As for as is my concerned that rule is very necessary for everyone life because it provides us a discipline and discipline is only the by which person can scienctilate their power in the world. Rule word is not only for saying this is related to our daily routine and regulations. Suppose we are a student|/scholar then we will have show our rules and Will have to make manner for self control. I shouldn't accept that type of rule that is against our thinking or against to our nation, if take the example of British government they imposed lot of rule over the Indian that was not necessary like toilet act, English become compulsory on that time, temple tax pits India act. So this is not a ideal rule we should follow only the rule which is in our favour or in our country favour. Thank you.|
|AbodeFlyer said: (Aug 2, 2017)|
|Look at it this way. Noone is saying go break all rules. The proverb is meant to convey that rules are made when a different way of doing thing cause problems. We pick or create a rule when one way is considered the "right" way. If everyone did things just one way there would be no need for a rule. Rules are meant to be broken - otherwise, why make the rule.|
|Anjum Bano said: (Jul 16, 2017)|
|Rules are not meant to be broken because without rules & regulation our life like an animal, rules make for the betterment of mankind. Rules are not a foundation, they give us systematic approach. Rules as guidelines i.e. made for safety purpose, if we do not follow traffic rules then our life is at risk, so without rules life is risky. We go to school or college or office by fixed time clock because this is a rule & rules maintain discipline in our life. Rules followed by all citizens for make civil life. Without rules, we do not enjoy our life. Rules indicate to us equally to each other because rules are same for everyone. Rules help in attaining success. Rules help to go on right direction for achieving our goals in a proper manner. So our happy life totally depends on rules.
|Rishabh said: (Jul 4, 2017)|
|We should follow rules unless they aren't harming us or anyone if they aren't snatching our freedom. And when it comes to self-defense then definitely rules need to be broken because no one wanna lose his/her life for just being sincere to some kind of useless rules. Example :-if you see a girl being groped by some fellow guys then according to rule you should inform the police but what if you have no time, then the rule need to be broken and you have to take some strong actions to save that girl.|
|Pankaj said: (Jun 27, 2017)|
According to me rules are not meant to be broken and should not be. Because rules are made for the betterment of mankind. If we break one rule then it will be replaced by another. If we don't obey the rules then it will be harmful for us only. For an instance now a days people wear helmet will riding bike when they have fear to be caught by police and they have to fine. But they should wear a helmet to save themselves because it is not a matter of him but his family. If we follow rules then we can grow and live a happy life weather it is a road, academy or anything else.
|Parm said: (Jun 23, 2017)|
|In my point of view, rules are not meant to be broken. If we break one rule then this is a reasons for creation of new rule ie guidelines. Rules are not ment as a boundation but they give us systematic approach.
So its better to follow rule.
|Santosh said: (Jun 21, 2017)|
|In order to this discussion, I want to share my views about this topic. Rules is made to regulate the system to achieve the individual's or group's goal. So, the rules should not be broken.|
|Ritriza Biswas said: (Jun 18, 2017)|
|It seems that people don't like rules as they represent a type of restriction, but infact life cannot be organised without rules. We need rules to help us to get along together and show respect to each other.|
|Priya said: (Jun 11, 2017)|
|Rules are not meant to be broken. If rules are meant to be broken then there would be an other name for rules i.e. guidelines. Rules are made for the safety of a person. If you consider traffic rules if you do not follow traffic rules then your life is at risk. Even in schools or colleges, we go to school by 9 clocks because this is one of the rules. What if we break this? Then no student will follow discipline in his life because sometimes we get habituated to the things we learn in the school. So rules are not meant to be broken.
|Pritesh said: (May 26, 2017)|
|Thank you, friends, for sharing your valuable points.
Here, I want to add my views on the topic.
Rules are not meant to be broken.
Rules are equal to success (result).
For example: - if an athlete is preparing for his national championships. (any sports) that he is going to be part of it after a month, and he is not following his daily routine like practice, diet plan etc, then the result would be not as expected (winner).
So point is that rules should not be broken.
But in some cases, we can break the rules when it is mandatory, but it should not harmful to others.
|Kanisha said: (May 24, 2017)|
|Rules are not meant to be broken as by definition they are regulations to be maintained by authority.
This famous quote Douglas McArthur is simply a hoax. If rules were meant to be broken they would be guidelines. Rules are to be followed strictly. And, if the follow he given a quote then there will be no order as everyone will be able to do as the please. The will be chaos and the whole system of governance might as well fall apart. It is agreeable that in certain life and death situations rules can be broken, but is the case only for certain situations?
|NEERAJ Kumar said: (May 19, 2017)|
|What is rule?
Rule is simply that tell us what to do or not.
If we already know that if I not follow this rule there will be no harm so why we follow these stupids rules.
Ex- there is a restriction on triple driving on bikes but how many people follow ?
Those people who have one bike 3 member in family what will they do obviously they will go together.
They know in rare case if he caught by police.
He will give 100rupee in term of economic punishment and leave.
So rule is broken.
|Pooja said: (May 18, 2017)|
Well, rules are meant to be broken. Are dry? I don't think so. Why because every rule is made up by individuals which make people more comfortable, safety, happily too. Either in ancient days or nowadays every rule is made up by people to live happily only. Some people don't care rules and that person surely suffers their life. So, I think rules are not meant to be broken they are meant to follow.
|Jking said: (Apr 5, 2017)|
|Yes, rules are made to be broken. Rules are simply warnings with possible consequences once one is broken. Rules are made to be broken. Besides for all you triggered pussies complaining about this saying 1) It's just a saying 2) You need to get out more and stop getting triggered over the internet.|
|Urvashi said: (Mar 16, 2017)|
|Safety rules are not meant to be broken, yes but other things for example, in initial times people don't educate their girls but Savitri bai rule had broken that rule. So I meant to say that, there are many rules which is coming in between humans progress, those rules should be broken so every person from upper, middle and lower class can do growth.|
|Shona said: (Feb 8, 2017)|
|Rules are not at all meant to be broken. If a person who agrees with the topic should not have right to blame another people for the same. Rules are made our betterment. It's our responsibility to follow the rules.|
|Iswarya said: (Jan 30, 2017)|
|No, rules are for our safety we should not break the rules we should follow the rules. We can start to follow the rules in the school age itself we can able to follow in teenage also so, rules are for our safety please follow the rules.|
|Dileep Gangwar said: (Jan 21, 2017)|
|Rules are followed by all the citizen. From my point of views, There is no need to break the rule. Some guys say the rule are made for broken. Now I'm asking there is an instruction that doesn't touch these wire it has high voltage then why you don't break this rule. So the rules should be followed by everyone.|
|Abin Oscar said: (Jan 20, 2017)|
|Can anyone suggest a good clash of clans clan? please give a tag.|
|Jemima said: (Dec 30, 2016)|
|Rules are not meant to be broken anyway if it was meant to be broken then why do we make rules. So to me, rules are not meant to be broken.|
|Mithun said: (Dec 11, 2016)|
Are rules meant to be broken?
No, I don't think so, in a democratic country like India rules are made for our (the peoples) well-being and its common for all. What does it mean if we make a rule and it's we who breaks them? Yes, there are circumstances when rules must be broken, but only for a good deed and not for an individuals enjoyment.
And about politicians and businessman, as one of my friend here discussed if they are breaking the rules it's us, the same people who should put a full stop to that. Rules are not made to be broken, it should be followed because the world is stable only with rules.
|Priya said: (Nov 21, 2016)|
|"Rules are made to be broken".
Nowadays people break the rules for the fun and state the same line which is very disappointing although if the rules are broke for someone's well being then it is right. Rules are made for our own good. This let us help to decide whether things are wrong or right. So rules can be broke when mandatory.
|Prashant Patel said: (Nov 20, 2016)|
|Rules are made not to break. If one breaks the rule then it will create the internal disputes in the country like ours. If that rule is broken for some emergency cases than people think that Government is doing partiality. And people will be against the prosperity and law of the country. So there should be some punishment for those who breaks the law.|
|Aditya said: (Nov 5, 2016)|
|Yes, rules can be broken if the circumstances are like. For Eg: take someone is injured badly and needs to get to the hospital and there is a long red light traffic rules can be broken at that period of time but if you are breaking rules for fun or enjoyment that's totally wrong at that time!|
|Ankit Bansal said: (Nov 1, 2016)|
|Rules can be broken sometimes but not all the time. Rules are meant for one's own safety. If we will not follow the rules then what we teach to our people. Those who are illiterate and can't understand these rules. In the case of emergency. For Eg. In the case of the ambulance, it becomes very necessary to break these traffic rules.|
|Tipene said: (Oct 31, 2016)|
|The media often declares a band of fashion that the rules of clothing.|
|Ameena said: (Oct 24, 2016)|
Rules are no more rules if we enjoy being in that environment. It's only because we have a desire to break the rules if given a chance makes us feel that rules are stringent and should be broken. It's my view about breaking and following rules.
|Brenda said: (Oct 20, 2016)|
|Reading your discussion was very good for me. You're all very smart and have good hearts. I have lived a life of broken rules and have caused much suffering to myself and my family. You should be proud because I look up to ! I feel inspired to be a better person and even drive slower. Wow, most inspiring page on the internet I have ran across just had to say thank you.|
|Abdul Basith said: (Oct 10, 2016)|
|Great, my dear friends I appreciate you all for your valuable points. May I add my points now. Rules are made for following not to break. Breaking rules mean the person create a new rule according to his/her mindset, it can't be accepted in a democratic country like ours. Rules are made for all people so everyone should follow it. I had noticed that some of my friend's point major rules are broken by rich people and politicians, then why we want to follow it. Yes, you are my of the businessmen and politicians breaks rules, here we don't want to follow these, we should take precautions for this. And one more thing, you people blames the other people, are you following the rules, many of us had no shame to pissing in roadside. If poor people break small rules rich one break big ones. So we are the next generation of our nation we should take the pledge to follow rules made by our judiciary.|
|Robert Nevoa said: (Oct 10, 2016)|
|If there's a rule that I must smoke cigarettes in order to be part of a club then I will break that rule because I will never smoke, but aren't rules made for one's own benefit?|
|Shivam said: (Sep 25, 2016)|
|Rules are made to stay easy and leaving good life. So we must follow it as taking a stand that what is our own stand in a mass. If any rule is broken it is so to make new rules for life and our living always moving forward so we can't set some resistance in our path through we can't follow. If we are ruled break persons so why we should know that why this rule is made and for what, what can be the sequence of going out of the rules if we broke it. Certainly, we don't know the rules are made to be followed only for those who can't go on to set the rules. If we are Able we have to set a new record to those who can the inspiration for us that yes it can be achieved if we go out of the rules.
Yes, it is made for better understanding the society as to follow some rules like traffic, queue and any public gathering. We should follow there. At society level, we should go inside rule but we have to achieve anything in our personal life or in our performance we have to break the rules.
|Annika Alie said: (Sep 23, 2016)|
|YES, they are meant to be because. They teach us the right and the wrong so we know not to do it again. I am also sure everyone one of you has broken a rule before.|
|AbHi 10 said: (Sep 23, 2016)|
|RULES ARE MEANT TO BE BROKEN. If something is to be broken then why its made. But our rules are full of loopholes. The famous saying "even if 1000 criminals are punished one innocent must not be punished". But nowadays money power decides who is punished and who is not. The real criminals are outside while the innocents are in prison. Why does this happen? Because ITS TIME FOR THE CHANGE. If the rules made for our protection can't protect us then why we should obey it. We don't have to break the rules. But we have to change the rules.|
|Achinta said: (Sep 20, 2016)|
|I totally disagree with the statement because the major problems in our country is due to broken rule whether it may be in case of traffic, corruption and other factors. Yes, of course, I support that the rules should be modified or improved. But at the time of running the rule we should strictly follow the rule. If we disagree at some point of view of the rule we should notify our valuable suggestion staying within the boundary of the rule rather disobeying the rule.|
|Lavanya Desula said: (Sep 7, 2016)|
|In my point of view, rules are made by us because to do things in right way. It comes from doing the wrong thing and thought that we never repeat this and we made rules.|
|Guddu said: (Aug 19, 2016)|
|In my opinion, we make rules when we find something inappropriate or wrong and to stop that inappropriateness we shall not break rules. They are made for our betterment.|
|ANJANI said: (Jul 23, 2016)|
|According to my view, we may have an opportunity to know something new by breaking the rules.|
|Anoushka Goyal said: (Jul 20, 2016)|
|The topic is Rules are meant to be broken.
With this, I would not deny that I myself may have broken many rules, be it rules framed by my parents or by my families or maybe by my school and college teachers.
Who obeys rules I don't and maybe it might be with all of you in this discussion. On toll road it's written that the speed should not exceed a certain limit but who has the time to obey them. Even its made compulsory that kids who are below the age of 18 years should not be permitted to drive but all of us have seen kids under the age of 18 driving rashly on the roads and the recent case of a boy who killed a person on the busy roads of Delhi. For kids, they aren't aware of all these rules they think what will happen if we just try to break all these rules. The results may destroy their life but who cares. Their parents are also supporting their kids. Even when on cigarettes packs it's clearly mentioned that smoking is injurious to health. Smoking causes cancer. But this has increased more smokers, be it children under the age of 18 or above the age of 18 we see everyone smoking in the market. If any of us try to stop them or give them the harmful cause of smoking they won't even care to listen. And I have also tried stopping one of my close friends that why are you spoiling your life when you are aware of its harmful effects that person in one or two days told me that he doesn't want to keep this friendship going because I was trying to change him. I know what a lame reason.
But anyway human are there to hide their mistakes but when other person makes the same mistakes we are the first one to speak out loud that the person is not obeying the rules. So we are there just there to break rules.
|Swetha said: (Jul 18, 2016)|
|Well, rules are made for a purpose and are not meant to be broken. We need to abide by the rules. This will only do us good. There are some restrictions which are quite uneasy to follow. But we need to adapt to such restricted environment in order to develop and protect ourselves. For example, our government has made it mandatory to always wear a helmet. But how many of us follow this rule? We see a notice which says "DO NOT GO BEYOND THIS LINE". But people just ignore the instruction and put their lives under risk. Rules are made for our welfare and we need to follow them to lead a peaceful and disciplined life.|
|Sreesaran said: (Jun 24, 2016)|
|RULES ARE MEANT FOR BROKEN is not exactly correct. Rules are been made for our happiness, welfare and protection. Rules are to be broken in times of any critical and dangerous situations. Rules are rules which meant for all. We do not break rules for our joy, it may cause danger for us.|
|Ranbir said: (Apr 20, 2016)|
|Actually sentence RULES ARE MEAN TO BE BROKEN is not correct.
Because Rules means that we have to follow/obey in our daily life or whatever.
Yeah, rules might be broken that is ok.
Because in some critical situation we can see that we have to break because in that situation that is important but yeah it should not effect to other life, relationship, means it should not hear another one.
Take one example DELHI now there are going start ODD EVEN number vehicle (only rules for that is not commercially) so what is the reason behind this because we have the problem of high traffic on road and major problem of AIR pollution that also storming the city.
So it is good for us only, means by reducing the vehicle now fuel consumption will reduce answer soon there so many advantages.
But there may be some situation where we have to break the rule like if in any family house someone got health problem not we have to take patient hospital in just time and we have only ODD number car but that day Even number is only allowed then we have to break the rules because not think of a life of a person.
So rules are mean to be broken is not right but it may be brake or we can break if it is necessary but it should not harmful to other.
|Aditi said: (Mar 30, 2016)|
|In my opinion, rules should not be broken because rules are made for our welfare, for our society, and for our nation's welfare. If you do not follow the rule then it may very dangerous for you, for example if there is a notice placed on high voltage lines like please do not touch this lines. For your enjoyment or if you are very eager to know new any things or you just wants to make a new record, you just touched that wire then what will happen? we all knows very well. And there are also very kinds of example which can show that rules should not be broken. The rule is just like a guideline which should not be disturb. But yes if it for saving the life of someone or for good ways and nothing happening harm to anything then there is no rule.|
|Jagannath said: (Mar 23, 2016)|
|I think there is no harm if by breaking the rules someone is benefitted in good way, if it's broken for crime or bad purpose it's wrong.|
|Rikita Rana said: (Mar 16, 2016)|
|Rules are something which people must need to follow but I can say that if we will break the rules then maybe we can learn something new. This is like 2 sides of a coin.
We got some inventions and records by breaking rules so I think break rules one time and enjoy life, it's different and wonderful experience.
It's depend on person.
Personally I break the social rules many times to enjoy life, mostly break the social rules made for girls, go against of it and I can live my life because many people are there like me who have their own dreams to fulfill. Who don't like social restrictions.
|Sayndeep Pandit said: (Mar 6, 2016)|
|The rule is made for the better and bitter mind if someone is taking the right to live off someone it is good and fine, but if some are protesting for the crime is absolutely bad what should be the action.|
|Vinod said: (Jan 7, 2016)|
|Undoubtedly no! because rules a set of guidelines which create path to be a standard person in the society. Person without rules cannot survive normally under general circumstances. People should make some rules for an optimistic society. Rules doesn't degrade the status of a person but raises the concern on other people.|
|Ashish said: (Dec 23, 2015)|
|I think its wrong that Rules are meant to be broken. All of us are living in a civilized society and are bound to follow rules from every minute activity, from the day we are born. While we were kids, we used to follow rules of our parents are being educated to follow rules. Rules of a nation, any sports we play, society we live in.
If we don't follow the rules, we are no way different to the animals. The impact of not following rules is obvious. If we don't follow the rules of a country or nation, we will be put behind the bars or would be fined.
Apart from this, it results in instability in the society and the results could be devastating. Suppose a person does not obey a traffic rule when the signal is red and keeps on moving, it could end up in an accident thereby resulting in loss of human life, property, etc.
We kept on cutting trees relentlessly for decades against the rules of nature and now the results are before everyone. Rising Global Warming, Polluted air above inhaling level, polluted water, etc.
Being in a rule means keeping our society in balance thereby maintain equilibrium. So, I am in view of Rules are not meant to be broken and everyone should abide by the rules set up.
|Mahesh said: (Oct 29, 2015)|
In my opinion rules are man made. They are created for good survival of human life. Rules should be followed until they did not become harm to anyone. Rules must be broken in case of serious circumstances.
|Thejas Varghese. said: (Sep 7, 2015)|
|According to me there are two types of rules one is necessary rules, another is general rules. Although both are to be follow but in certain situations like emergency. We might break a general rule.
Example:There are separate water facility for male and female. One male person can take the water from the female one. In the necessary situation. Necessary rules can not brake because they might be have.
|Shyamveer Singh said: (Sep 4, 2015)|
|According to me there are two types of rules one is necessary rules, another is general rules. Although both are to be follow but in certain situations like emergency. We might break a general rule.
Example:There are separate water facility for male and female. One male person can take the water from the female one. In the necessary situation.
Necessary rules can not brake because they might be very costly for you. You might lose a important part of your life. "Remember rules are never make one to be bounded. It is made for your freedom".
Example: Cognizant gave me a project on cloud computing, we have to submit it with in 40 days. But because of some moody colleges we got late by one day. And can not image the situation.
|Pavitra said: (Jul 30, 2015)|
|Yes!rules can be broken, but not upto the complete extent. I feel that all the rules are not meant for breaking them and also I can't particularly list out the rules that can be broken. It depends upon the situation and the importance where it is definitely necessary to break such rules. We are not at all some kind of animals to follow some other with restricted rules and regulations.
We have the right to break even a rule which is strictly implemented all over the nation if we feel uncomfortable. Rules should be in such a way that its implementation is meant for the safety and welfare of the people but not for name sake.
|Divya said: (Jul 25, 2015)|
|Rules are not for break. Rules means awareness, restriction, bond etc. Actually some boundaries are necessary for everyone life's and in system too so the none can misuse anything. Similarly all the organisation has rules book. If we break one rule then we get two more instead of breaking one rule. After made rule has more restriction more foundation we will give more discomfort to follow.|
|Satish said: (Jul 18, 2015)|
|Yes I am ready to obey the rules not only for me every one should obey the rules because which it is depends upon our company growth.|
|Akshay said: (Jul 14, 2015)|
|Just like a coin having two sides the rules also having two sides. For attaining success in any field the rules play a key role. For proper arrangement, discipline rules and regulation are necessary. No doubt rules make our life on time. So the rules must be followed up by everyone to be regular one. But some rules which are of no meaning should be broken because until the old one rule broken up by us the new one will not be created. So the rules having no importance must be broken for the new one.
Rules are created to be followed. Everyone should follow the rules and regulation strictly. If the proper laws are followed than every thing will be in the well format way automatically. If you do anything against the rules, then you can also get punished. For eg, think, students who are paying fees manually, if they all directly rushes to the counter then they will get more time, and the one who has came first to pay fees might be at the end and the last one pushes and pay it first, this will be a wrong way and it will injustice for the one who came first so guys whats the big deal following the rules and maintain peace in the society.
|Athul.k V said: (Jun 17, 2015)|
Actually rules are mean to be broken rules are the elementary bricks in a country like India. Only when we broke the current rules then only the constitution can come up with a better one.
Lets take an example,
At first seat belt was no compulsory for drivers when a rule was established on the strict usage of seat belt to the drivers, people started to avoid this and break the rule. So the government came with penalty for people who break the law.
|Himansu Sekhar Rath said: (Apr 21, 2015)|
According to me Yes, Rules are meant to be broken but not all the rules. If we break all the rules then a lots of problem created. There are some specified rules needs to be break so that new rules can be introduced. In a fight, game, competition, or war the first rule is "there is no rule", at that time the aim is to win.
We all know that police always behind the thief & the new policy, rules are made to catch the thief when the thief are easily break the old rules.
Someday ago there was a news published in paper that, thief stole the money from train passenger by feeding biscuit, to avoid this government declare to attach CCTV camera and a guard in each boggy. This rule makes a secure journey for the passenger.
|AMITAVA GANGULY said: (Apr 9, 2015)|
|Rules that we follow in our day to day life cycle are the essential measures of taking steps ahead rightly and proper decisions are centered round the rules which are key to living a good life. Offcourse stringent laws as for rules before us are somewhat difficult to comply with. Then we take recourse to ignore them somehow resulting in operational difficulties on the way to our normal existence as though we defy to sort out normal acceptance of the other sides and respects of the hard rules only tricky way is the means of breaking a rule for mere attaining objectives in a short cut.
But we forget that there is a reward waiting for us in a long course of our movements ahead. Yet we commit gross mistakes simply avoiding the path of our duty and rules are the does and don't that we sometimes forget to follow because of our petty interests that in course of time prove to be so disastrous that we can hardly be able to protect us from monstrous downfall which is beyond all expectations.
Then we suffer and think long about the past course of action which rendered us sorrow and tears for happiness and cheers due to breaking rules and making a primrose path by sheer indulgence in corrupt means in what actually is in form and manner.
|Rajesh Kumar said: (Apr 1, 2015)|
In India this is true. It might called rules are meant to be broken. In India rules have been broken since they are made. Nobody wants to follow the rules. I think in India rules broken has been became a new rule.
|Khushbu Gyanchandani said: (Mar 27, 2015)|
|According to me definitely rules meant to be broken if old rules will be broken then only we can have the pleasure to enjoy new rules and have the pleasure to break them. But not each and every rule is meant to be broken for selfish reasons only those which can cause positive effects on the society.|
|Abhishek Arya said: (Mar 4, 2015)|
|Yes. Rules are made to be broken. First we have to know that rules are made for us. If we are not feeling comfortable in that rule we can break it. One example is that before freedom British government has made some rules also. If we always used to follow those rules, then we can't think about the freedom that we got in 1947.
Our freedom fighter had broken those rules and that is why we are living in freedom. Like salt law was broken by Mahatma Gandhi like that we have so many examples. So we have to determine which rule is beneficial for us.
|Shruti said: (Feb 19, 2015)|
Lot of discussions are going on this topic 'Rules are meant to be broken'. It may be true may not be true. However, I feel that rues are meant to be broken but we need to specify which rules. All rules need not be broken, if some are oppressive then there are as some rules which are made for the betterment of the society.
Just imagine, what would have happened, if there were no rules to elect government, no traffic rules. Any one can do anything, ride anywhere, go anywhere. Ya it sounds good for sometime thinking 'aapni marzi ke malik' (to be the master's of ones own will) but what next, in long-run, it will become a torturous, no one there to guide. Life will be like a boat without a boatman.
On the other hand, there are some rules which should be broken example dowry, child-marriage and many more. Conclusively, I would like to say rules are not meant to be broken but yes they need to be changed with time, situation and fashion.
|Rulesare4fools said: (Jan 15, 2015)|
|When I was young my parents had this rule that I could never have dessert before dinner. I hated it because as with most kids dessert was the best part of my day. When I was 9 years old I had enough, my friend at the time josh was over and we decided to break the one rule that was never supposed to be broken, eat dessert before dinner.
We rode our push bikes down to the local store and bought a 2 liter container of neapolitan ice-cream and smuggled it into my room under my jumper. We hadn't eaten anything all day in preparation and were starving. Together we ate that whole container of ice-cream within the hour and within the next 40 minutes we were vomiting it back up.
Although it is a light hearted example of breaking a rule, I understand that if I hadn't broken that one rule I might still be eating dinner before dessert without any knowledge of why I was doing it. Sure, rules are set so we can all live in a perfect world but in the end the perfect world is the one we don't appreciate because we haven't learnt from our mistakes and experienced the reason for the rule in the first place.
Making mistakes and learning from them is instrumental in human development and rules are made to be broken to push us further into understanding our own boundaries and the worlds reasons for having rules. Rules are meant to be broken so we can learn for our own, and each others mistakes.
Rules are Meant to be Broken
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