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The laws of the Divine are beyond our grasp and certainly can be inscrutable at times. Those made by man, on the other hand, are more accessible; but that does not mean that they are easily understood. The rules, as man makes them, are numerous and often confusing, a result of millennia of developing civilizations. In ancient times, the codes of conduct were few as life was simple, so everyone had a good grasp of the rules. As we advanced, so did the need for more governance and guidelines for living. Eventually, our lives became governed by the constitutions that we made, are making, and possibly even the ones we are yet to make.
This article talks about the ''good'' side of the lawyer's life. There is so much pressure in this profession and in the end lawyers often receive the judgment to let them know whether they win or lose. No half way mark. Many of the cases handled by lawyers are by nature not always pointing to the positive side of life. Where's the meaning to life to be found?
Just because you have graduated from law school does not mean you have nothing left to learn.