When one starts to think they are better than someone else, think a little harder, and look a bit deeper. Look at their facial features. Are they so much different than yours? You can see a pair of eyes and ears, a nose and a mouth. Look into their eyes for clues of feelings. They get sad like you, mad like you, happy like you, sappy like you. So their laugh is a bit louder, their crying much quiter, their anger more dramatic. So what? You can see how much they love or hate or are abused or pampered, and you can start to imagine an entire past and future for them, and you can maybe start to understand why they do what they do. That is truely what people are needing. Understanding, with a pinch of love on top, served right now, and with lots of vigor and truth following it.