The lack of totality’s knowledge impeaches us to see cultures’ diversity. We have been teached a fragmentary analysis that makes short-term projections easy. It is easier for us to separate than to unite.
Ego thus tends to compare itself with another, whereas we should compare itself with human totality. We set boundaries from another while others surpass us.
Or we compare a system’s part to another’s flaws. Yet Chinese are happy to reduce poverty, to flourish.
Republican dictatorship exists. This is the development that the two presidential elections’ democracy should prevent. Why should a president who allows his country’s growth should give up his place?
Frenzied individualism drives the ego towards professions’ cut, but every professions are intertwined in society. We feel small in front of society’s whole. So why should we feel great comparing with another?