"Nietzsche taught that nice is the cardinal sin of Christianity. Founded on ressentiment of the mighty, the will to nice seeks an end around might by making deference into a virtue with its, “No, but I insist.” Nice, as Nietzsche’s controlling aunts taught him, is always a grab for power, a feint of weakness followed by a stab in the kidney."(myirony.com | The will to nice)
:: note :: . . . will try to find the Nietzsche reference . . . yet it rings true in practice . . . connection that stays on nice has proven a cowardly disguise . . .