“We judge and rank ourselves, our friends, our coworkers, and our neighbors both near and far. We judge plants, animals, minerals, and everything else in nature. Without a second thought, we assign value to traits, deciding that some characteristics are more valuable or desirable than others. We are skilled at quickly viewing one option as right, better, more important, or exceptional while we assess the other option as wrong, worse, silly, naive, negligible, not realistic, insignificant, irrelevant, inconsequential, or invisible.” – Website: ‘Clue Less At The Top