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SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE + LIFE COACHING
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COMPARISON

COMPARISON

Level: Easy

 


To say "that's the best potato salad I've ever eaten," takes referencing of other memorable potato salads.  To say "this is the worst thunderstorm I've ever seen," you're comparing to other memorable thunderstorms.  To say "it was an OK movie," "that ice cream was tasty," or "what a pleasant day," the same again.  You need a body of comparative experience to give you a frame of reference.

 

Your apex experiences, your best and your worst, together with your everyday median, give you your experience of quality and to a large extent quantity as well.