“All Things In Moderation”
The Aphorism, “All Things In Moderation”, is used to imply that doing “too much” of one thing is not a “good” idea, or may be “detrimental” to one’s being – even if that thing is considered to be “good”.
Conversely, it also implies that even things that may be considered to be “bad”, or “bad for us” – in moderation, are not really that “bad”.
(both “good” and “bad” are relative terms and opinions, and therefore, are – ultimately – the choice of each individual. I prefer, instead, to use the terms “beneficial” and “detrimental”, which are still both opinions [depending on the parameters of the judgment] but at least they remove the stigma of “right” and “wrong” from the situation.)
For A Completely Immoderate Explanation…
(that would be the opposite to moderate)
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