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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Favoritism (02/28/05)

TITLE: Favortism a Strong Emotion
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03/06/05


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Favoritism is a much overloaded statement…I think I would characterize it in the subject of envy sometimes. Favoritism applied towards human relationships can be an emotion of distress, stress related situations, or can mean much happiness. If we were to define it, it would convene many priorities.
How often do we use this statement in our lives? Say for instance between children from a large family, as one might say “oh, he or she has always been you’re favorite!” (jealousy?) (envy?) It can create complicated problems amongst families and between friends also. A relationship in general favoritism is a conscious emotion in some way or other. In the work force perhaps concerning employees and their boss?

However favoritism is also a very wonderful emotion to convey happiness. If it did not exists in support of our lives it would be a very misgiving boring life for us.
It’s natural to have our favorite choices pertaining to our daily needs. Life cannot be lived without preferential treatment “favoritism”). Stipulation, if we all had the same tastes, we’d constantly be in conflict and belligerent with each other.

With preference in one’s life comes a lot of knowledge of one’s self. Having good taste and bad taste are linked closely to favoritism of one’s vibrant personality. After all if you find something exceptionally high-quality it means you favor it!
Of course we cannot let “favoritism” rule our lives in excess, then we will become perfectionists, that can make our lives very difficult to live and difficult for others we are involved with…

“A perfectionist is a purist person of huge extreme favoritism!!”


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Crista Darr03/08/05
I would like to see you expand a bit on that last line.
donna robinson03/09/05
That last line packed an impact! I too would love to see this piece a little longer. You got me interested and I would love to read more!