comparison kills.

Posted: April 1, 2015 in brain belches
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I wonder if Alexander the Great had a kid brother named Otis the not quite so impressive.

That would be a lot of pressure! “why can’t you be like your brother? He’s just so…great!”

We do that, don’t we?

We compare, we notice, we measure.

Comparison.

It comes from others…

Why can’t you be like your over achieving brother, super attractive sister, well-adjusted friend, etc. etc.

It comes from ourselves…

If only I had that job, body, situation, face, talent, house, etc. etc.

We compare.

We look at what others have and we use it as the ruler for our own standing.

We compare and it’s killing us!

Comparison is a deadly pastime, a not so silent killer.

It kills creativity.

It kills joy.

It kills dreams.

Comparison kills any chance of you being the one and only, super amazing YOU!

You get your eyes off your assignment…it is left undone.

YOU are the ONLY template for YOU.

There is no other.

You are the only YOU that will ever happen…EVER.

Comparison cheapens that.

Don’t compare.

It kills.

Don’t compare yourself, don’t compare others.

We sometimes use comparison as a weapon to kill the potential in others.

Comparison shuts down the spirit.

Comparison imprisons the heart.

Break the chains of comparison.

Notice and celebrate the “never before and never again”

There is completely original interestingness.

It’s in YOU, it’s all around YOU!

Never to be repeated, never meant to be duplicated.

Completely original interestingness.

The loving proof of a Master Creator with a wild imagination.

Why in the world would you want to kill that?

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