We are all human beings. Some of us steal, some of us make big things, some of us do small things. There are ones in heaven, ones in paradise, and ones in jail and redemption.
There are janitors, and there are chairmen. There are students and there are teachers. What do we all have in common? We all born, we all die. We all share that same condition over and over, no matter the time, no matter the civilization.
So, what’s the deal with competition? Competition against each other somehow pushes us to understand the meaning of harmony and respecting the differences, but there may come a time where comparison seems to govern our way of thinking and our life.
I personally think the best competition is within yourself. We have all our own monsters, and our own old ways that keeps up from moving forward. My wish for me and for you today is that every once in a while we could forget about competition.
Let us focus in celebrating the differences between our brothers and sisters, and understand that we may have our own ways that gives us good results; but, it is amazing how others have other ways that leads them to great results also. Nothing is ever black or white, because even color perception is different.
Today, I really want to overcome anything that keeps me on the low and start raising and aiming higher. And, of course, I ask God to let me look at my sides to see the beautiful view life brings me.