It is comparison that controls. We can just be larger than those that are smaller and smaller than those that are larger, and this applies to everything, beautiful and ugly, good and bad, everything. It does not matter where we look; it is all relative to something else. But does it have to be like that? Is it possible to stop the comparison?
We know that there are large and small, good and bad, but do we have to compare it, can big not be big for itself? Need it to compare itself with little? Whence came this, is it learned or maybe just a misunderstanding or an old habit?
Comparison, large and small, is the topic in chapter 8 in the book “The moment” – continue reading>