Principles that define my philosophy of life: 

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  • Someone who spends his entire life ‘learning’ is more superior that a corrupt person with lots of money.
  • Someone who believes that there is always more to learn, is superior than someone who thinks he knows all.
  • Someone who believes in god or has a strong faith in something is more superior than a person who thinks he is god.
  • Someone who acts, behaves and perceives things knowing that, he could lose everything in one second, is more superior than a person who hoards things.
  • Someone who is not angered, is not jealous or selfish, or cunning – Someone who maintains the innocence of a child – is more superior than a person who takes advantage of others.
  • Someone who does not think whether he is superior or inferior and goes on with life thinking everyone is equal – is more superior than anyone who is judgmental.
  • Someone who has a purpose, a motive, an aim in life is more superior than a person who lives frivolously.
  • Someone who lives in the present, plans for the future and learns from the past is more learned and superior than someone who thinks it’s now or never.
  • Someone who accepts his weaknesses, grows over them and continues to discover himself is more superior than someone who is not connected with himself.
  • Someone who reads this article and analyzes himself and not others –  is more superior than someone who spends time in worthless comparisons.
  • No one’s inferior, no one’s superior – It’s all a perception – and someone who understands this reality – is more superior than any of the above mentioned people.
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