it’s grading on on the curve

There’s no room for uniqueness in balance.
Yes, balance. The problem I see with balance is in the end everyone is the same. It’s balanced and no one outshines the other. Two is the same as one. It is a normalization. It would compare to being graded on the curve after taking a test. It’s representative but not factual. So, where’s the spice of life as it’s often said. I’d go for harmony. In harmony like a chorus every voice contributes to the whole and every voice is significant because of its uniqueness.

Author/Editor: Eugenio Zorrilla.

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