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In life, nothing is fair.
We either experience injustice or inequity or we experience undeserved favour. Either way, injustice.
People either think we are the best thing since sliced bread or they think we are villains. Of course, we know there are a vast number of people that think neither, but we don’t think of those people, do we?
If we charted all the days of our lives, by far and away the most significant finding would be that some days we don’t get we deserve, yet other days we get more than we deserve. Getting more or less than we deserve swings both ways; it works in our favour when at times we don’t get what we deserve, yet it is especially hard when at times we do get what we deserve.
There are some things in life that are fair, but we hardly notice them because they’re unremarkable.
I began writing this with the hope of a hopeful finish. But I think I just want to make the point.
Nothing is fair because life is either too easy or it’s too hard.
The peaceful life rides the choppy seas, good with bad, focused always on keeping craft afloat.