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Equality does not mean we all share the same capabilities, it means we are all worth the same regardless of our drastically unequal capabilities. It is because we are so radically unequal in ability, background, and opportunity that treating one another as identical bearers of intrinsic worth is so important.James Shelly

But what do you do when the grasshoppers feel entitled to the work of the ants? Or the grasshopper thinks it can do the work of the ant and vice-versa?[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]