"Compromise is always wrong if it means sacrificing a principle"
This was the bold statement I found this week from my fortune cookie and it made me think of the Leave No Trace Principles. If principles are the fundamental truths that guide rationale and behavior, then the Leave No Trace principles guide outdoor behavior and the rationale behind it.
Do you believe in the fortune cookie's wisdom? Is it "always" wrong to sacrifice a principle when exploring and playing outdoors? Are there times you have had to sacrifice a Leave No Trace principle?