“Whatever our level might be, we can easily know whether we are great, average, or small-minded People. After all, we’re not stupid!” – RB.
It’s important to remember that labeling ourselves or others as “great,” “average,” or “small-minded” can be limiting and subjective. Intelligence and open-mindedness are complex traits that cannot be accurately measured by a single metric or indicator.
Furthermore, it’s important to recognize that people may excel in certain areas while struggling in others, and that our abilities and perspectives can be influenced by a variety of factors, including our upbringing, education, and life experiences.
Instead of focusing on labels and self-judgment, it’s more productive to strive for personal growth and continuous learning, while also practicing empathy and understanding towards others. We can all work towards becoming more open-minded, compassionate, and curious individuals, regardless of our starting point.