Dec 13, 1996 11:39 AM
by Ann E. Bermingham
> From: m.k. ramadoss <email@example.com>
> We have seen several msgs on the question of superiority /inferiority.
> Some thoughts came to my mind.
> No two human beings are like.
> Am I superior to my little girl of 10? She can sing and play violin very
> well and I cannot.
> Am I superior to my little boy of 3? His vision is 20/18. Mine without
> correction is 20/60?
> I am tall and my brother short. Am I superior to him?
> My wife is a fast thinker. I am a slow thinker. So is she superior to me?
> I am bald. My sixteen year old has lot of hair. Am I superior/or inferior
> to my sixteen year old?
> Probably we cannot answer any of the above questions.
> Only thing we can say is that in some respects one is better at certain
> things and the other is better in other things.
> So fundamentally it seems no one is superior or inferior to any one.
> If I keep this in my mind all the time, it will make it easier for me to
> deal with other people with whom I have to interact.
A truly superior post, Doss.
A. E. Bermingham
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