There is a lot of information out there about “janes laws” (i.e. “do what you want to do”), but I’ve never heard of it being used to describe the idea of “let’s put down our tools”. However, it does make sense. A few years ago, a friend and I wanted to decorate our kitchen, but we didn’t have room to do so.
It turns out that the “janes law” concept had a lot of precedents in ancient history. For instance, we can see the same thing in the idea of “let’s give up our weapons”. Even the idea of “let’s give up our lives” is based on a similar idea. Even the idea of “let’s give up our money” derives from this idea.
I think it’s safe to say that janes law is very much in our near future. The idea of janes law came from the ancient Roman military system known as the Octavian Legions. This system was originally designed to be used in the Roman Empire to train soldiers. The idea was to train the soldiers to kill people, but the soldiers needed to learn to fight and use their weapons. The janes law concept is similar to the idea of letting go of our weapons in that sense.