Size Matters

At the end of the day, size does matter. And the way you “use” something is not related to its size, so drop that notion. The timeless statements that bigger is better has set the benchmark for timeless compensation. If I have “this”, it will make up for “that”. Having that sports car makes up for having a small penis. The list goes on and on. But at the end of the day, size matters but to each person differently depending upon who they are. What might be small in the eyes of one person, might be enormous in the eyes of another. It all depends upon who’s the Judge and if that Judge is within you or dumped onto someone you then either project upon or empower to effect your self-worth. In either case, size is relative and subjective and often distorted and then stereotyped.

So what does science teach us about the size of things. Here is where the extremes give us a ceiling and a floor. Too much or too little of just about anything in any law or practice , or lifestyle fails. Moderation and balance is best. After all, don’t you want your tires equally inflated? Otherwise either you’re going to either have a bumpy ride or blow a tire.

How big or small a person feels needs to be based upon each person’s appraisal of themselves and not based upon the projections they may place upon others or upon the empowerment misgiven to another, or a person won’t ever feel truly comfortable in his own her own shoes.

So, accept the fact of being human and having multiple sizes, shapes ,and colors. Chances are if you add it all together , you’re likely balanced on your overall size chart of life. And, if you’re not, it’s never too late to balance out your tires to smooth out your ride.

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