On Comparisons

It is natural in our society for us to compare ourselves to one another.  And we are forever found wanting.  We do not have sufficient material possessions; we are too heavy; we do too many things to excess.  And what will a person say to you? “I am richer than you, therefore I am better than you?” “I am more eloquent than you, therefore I am better?

One may be richer, therefore they have more property, and they may speak more eloquently, therefore their speaking style may be an improvement over yours.  But remember, you are not a property, and you are not a speaking style my friend.

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