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Episode 6 CODE PHRASE: "Equality is not easy, but superiority can be painful."

It's an old Serere proverb: "Equality is not easy, but superiority can be painful."  What do you think this code phrase means to the EVOKE network?

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in this life it hard to have anything equal mainly because people are not equal that don't mean it impossible. but thinking you are superiority over people will lead to your ego getting in the way and everything come crashing down.
For Gender sensitive planning and development, Surely Equality is not possible and if possible have to undergo through lots of changes, challenges and Time, meanwhile controlling superiority is possible.

"Equality is not easy, but superiority can be painful."
Equality is hard to get, but worth while. Good things happen when everyone is equal. Everyone gets a say, and usually no one gets upset. However, if you are superior, and there is no equality, that would be catastrophic. Only one person deciding everything? People not having rights or any say? If the person ruling was an angel that would make things different, but thats not always the case.

It is not easy to get equality, but the consequences of not striving for it could set the world back.

I think that this quote means that equality is a very hard goal to reach, but rather the struggle of equal rights, than the hopelessness of a one-man show.

I think this means that trying to be equal to others is hard to achieve, but being the one that people strive to be is much harder because you get overconfident and could set a bad example, which could lead to an enormous downfall

I think this phrase means that equality is a hard accomplishment but is worth putting more of an effort into unlike superiority. It can be painful and stressing to be higher than everyone else in everything.

I think the phrase means equality is easier and better to get than superiority.

That making something equal can be very hard but being a superior leader can be painful and hurtful to you and others.

It means for things in the world to be equal it takes hard work. In Evoke this means the things they fight for are never easy and take hard work but in the when everything works it feels amazing.

I think this quote means that for people to be equal is very hard because everyone has different opinions on everything. Also that superiority can be painful because it takes hard work sometimes and it may not always feel good. So think this phrase means that Evoke wants to be equal, not necessarily being superior.

I think it means that becoming equal from something that is little to nothing can be very difficult and sometimes close to impossible.

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