Seeing Inequity Or Equality

Inequality is often taught by those who try to be “teachers”. Those include the “get-rich-quick” teachers. Greed, pride, and jealousy, are signs of inequality. Even in Alma 30:27, Korihor falsely accuses the priests of taking advantage of the people, and glutting themselves with the labors of others. On the other hand, the priests actually worked just like the others.

I am learning a lot from these passages. I am learning that if I want to see inequity, I will; but, in the same way, if I want to see equality, I can see that too. I can use this principle anywhere, at home, at work, and socially.

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