If you feel that you are being oppressed, or that you are somehow less than, you can’t really ignore it.
We all know that if we feel that we are being oppressed or that we are somehow lesser than we once were, then we must take action to correct the situation. So many people try to use their own actions as a way to make themselves feel better than they are, by changing the way they dress, the way they act, the way they choose to spend their money.
We all know that if we feel that we are oppressed or that we are somehow lesser than we once were, then we must take action to correct the situation. So many people try to use their own actions as a way to make themselves feel better than they are, by changing the way they dress, the way they act, the way they choose to spend their money.
We’ve all heard the expression, “if you make a mistake, admit it.” If we do that, we will inevitably have to deal with the damage caused by our actions. But there is a second way. We can’t let our actions make us feel inferior, because then we’re not taking any action that will actually make us feel better.
This is one of the most important principles of the self-awareness movement. Self-awareness is the recognition that we’re all different and that the world is bigger than we imagine. It is the ability to recognize the difference between ourselves and other people. It is the ability to recognize that others are smarter than we are, and that this is a big deal that we have to deal with.
This is a point we often forget. We can’t help it. We are human beings and all of us, from our own brains to our fellow humans, are different. We can identify these differences, and make a little more effort to understand them.
When we recognize we are smarter than other people, we start to respect ourselves more. We start to believe that we are the center of the universe. We start to believe that we are special. We start to believe that we are awesome. This isn’t easy. It is a hard decision to make.
As a result, we make a lot of excuses. We excuse ourselves from the things we want to do because they conflict with the expectations or the norms that we feel are too high. We excuse our laziness because we feel we are too tired or too poor to do anything else. We excuse ourselves from the things we do because we feel their impact on our lives is too great. This is why so many people fail to take the time to understand that we are not the center of the universe.
I’ve met plenty of people who feel like they are the center of the universe and they don’t understand it. Whether it’s an overbearing boss, an inane ex, or a child on drugs, this is a place where people can feel superior. It’s why the “perfect” society is so difficult to grasp.
You’re doing yourself a disservice when you assume that you have the right to feel superior to someone else. As a matter of fact, you have no right to feel superior to anyone in the world at all, because everyone is equal, everyone has an equal right to feel superior to anyone else.