The fanaticism in forcing people to follow rules and laws leads to situations when people lose their creativity and abilities of true collaboration. On one hand, laws and the fear of punishment make a human's mind be lined as a soldier's square for marching. Because of this, borders on the way to creativity are built inside even if formally the law doesn't prohibit that kind of creativity. On the other hand, if the law is the ultimate value, there's no need for a human to introspect peculiarities and current problems of his mates. In a conflict situation, you can say "I don't care. I know just the law. And you must follow it". It definitely leads to summations of tensions. And in the result, it can lead to bloody wars and revolutions. Laws are ALWAYS created to save interests either of a ruling class or of some majority in the society. And the minority is supposed to shut up. Do you think it's OK? No problems in future? A Russian proverb says: "A bug is tiny, but it stinks great" ("Мал клоп, да вонюч") In my mind, laws are associated with images of railways, tunnels. OK! They can be very helpful, especially for those ones who are not self-confident enough to plan their independent voyage. But what if I want to go in deep forest or enjoy a sand on a beach? What if I want to ride my bike? I guess, instead of laws the ultimate way is helping people to get AWARENESS. If people have the real awareness, they wouldn't need any laws, instructions, rules, commandments... Because they become free from their base illusion that each of them is separate from the rest world, they become soaked with the real empathy for nature, for the other people. They become conscious every tiny moment of the life and simple aggressive reflections in speech and body activity are not their features anymore.