Member Rara Avis
Things are relative, Jen. You might think of Wind as a passenger car, rolling along at 90 or 95 mph when she can get away with it, and yourself as a custom race car that consistently breaks the 200 mph barrier. But to a 747 zipping over your heads at 500 mph, you're still both cars, with far more similarities than differences.
No one recognizes their own immaturities. The young always say they "act much older," and ironically, the old always claim they still "act like kids."
And you know what? To that ray of light that just took over eight minutes to travel from the sun to the Earth at 386,000 miles per second, all the cars and all the planes are just standing still. From that vantage point, Wind and you and I are like peas in a pod, without enough differences to tell the differences. Each of us has a long way to grow.