Wednesday, October 1, 2014
This lesson bears continual repeating: It is not what something is that matters as much as how it is used.
Comparison is used to make false measurements and statistics, but comparison itself is not to blame.
Comparison is used to support the evils of racism, capitalism, and nationalism, but comparison itself is not at fault.
Comparison is used to create the problematic human feelings of superiority and inferiority, but comparison itself is not at fault.
Comparison is used to create the biggest problems in the world—self-esteem and ego—but comparison can also be used to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and care for the sick.
Posted by Kevin Evertt FitzMaurice, M.S. at 10:57 PM