Polling makes me think of choices, which makes me think of variety in life, which makes me think of how different people vote in my polls. It's almost never what I'd expect.
So everybody is not like me.
And, of course, no snowflake is alike, or leaf, or rock, or animal, or morning, or person, or family member or ANYTHING. Well, unless it's made on an assembly line in a factory somewhere... but even then, it becomes unique once it is owned by some unique someone.
... It's everywhere. And it makes life so interesting. But it begs the question: why do we compare ourselves to others? And it's usually comparing our worst faults to their best assets!
It's crazy. Even twins are different. (How well I know.)
Here are some quotes that kind of fit this theme I'm addressing today...
"Envy is the art of counting the other fellow's blessings instead of your own."
"Learn to... be what you are, and learn to resign with a good grace all that you are not."
-Henri Frederic Amiel
"Be who you are, how you are, where you are, when you are, and why you are." - copied
A relatively new poll is up (upper right).
(Be ready to vote soon on which salad dressing you prefer. Ha.)