Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal

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Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal
Aug 22,2016

Competition between our own culture destroys relationships and ruins us. We have earned the things that we have with the sweat of our brow, and every worker should enjoy the fruit of their labor. However, when someone uses their economic status as a means to ridicule and diminish others they are showing just how great is the mental and spiritual poverty they possess. It’s beautiful to see someone take pride in having a good life or providing a good service, but there is no need to extinguish the light of others for ours to shine. 

It's not about being better than others, it’s about being better than what we were yesterday. There will always be someone with more resources, more beauty, and more power, but when we focus on breaking our own record, and not the record of others, is when we finally get to grow and mature as human beings.

We must remember that there are approximately seven billion people in this world. There are many good opportunities out there for those who seek them. It's time to forsake the poverty mentality that tells us we have to compete and eliminate others in order for us to be successful. There is enough for everyone, but nothing can satisfy the desire of an avaricious heart.

Let’s stop comparing ourselves with others, highlighting our differences, and begin to see the big picture. The real battle is with the person you see in the mirror. There are many more capable than others, but no one is as capable as all of us together. We are a community, we should support each other. We should come together and learn from our differences because we are all here with the same goal, to create a better future.

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Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal

 Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal

Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal

Hispanics Have Many Differences, Yet The Same Goal

Competition between our own culture destroys relationships and ruins us. We have earned the things that we have with the sweat of our brow, and every worker should enjoy the fruit of their labor. However, when someone uses their economic status as a means to ridicule and diminish others they are showing just how great is the mental and spiritual poverty they possess. It’s beautiful to see someone take pride in having a good life or providing a good service, but there is no need to extinguish the light of others for ours to shine. 

It's not about being better than others, it’s about being better than what we were yesterday. There will always be someone with more resources, more beauty, and more power, but when we focus on breaking our own record, and not the record of others, is when we finally get to grow and mature as human beings.

We must remember that there are approximately seven billion people in this world. There are many good opportunities out there for those who seek them. It's time to forsake the poverty mentality that tells us we have to compete and eliminate others in order for us to be successful. There is enough for everyone, but nothing can satisfy the desire of an avaricious heart.

Let’s stop comparing ourselves with others, highlighting our differences, and begin to see the big picture. The real battle is with the person you see in the mirror. There are many more capable than others, but no one is as capable as all of us together. We are a community, we should support each other. We should come together and learn from our differences because we are all here with the same goal, to create a better future.