When you try to prove you contribute more than the rest, understand that you're only comparing words intangibles that can not be compared.
Sometimes conversations arise, and fight over who suffers the most.
We have all witnessed, and perhaps actors, of this sort of competition for martyrdom, which is crowned capeón who suffers more than others.
Instead of comparing who makes more goals, travels a certain distance in less time, or lift heavier weights, merit award is to suffer, endure, tolerate, bear, bear, bear ..., but what I'm saying! In sports competitions competing for the same
- Because most goals wins who makes those struggling to not make them;
- That wins the race who strives (have) more than others;
- Because who does lift more weight against the force of gravity on the planet.
Discussions about who suffers more competition are then at the symbolic level, because it is through language that competitors present their performances for them to be compared to the other proposals, ignoring, in the fervor of the debate, that intangibles can not be compared quantitatively.
This inability to compare proposals intangible, being symbolic, discursive, linguistic, is what caused the risqué, insults, aggressive gestures, cries and eventually some shots that add substance intangible tangible proposals ("I work more than you "," do tasks that nobody wants to do "," I studied and I know more than you ").
What can they do for you, this article and all that they seem? For when you look trying to prove that you suffer more than the rest, you understand that you are comparing intangibles that have no demonstrable materiality and fists and shouts are ineffective to become tangible.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Causa de las discusiones violentas.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.975)