The other night my daughter complained to me that one of her good friends “always wins and is good at everything”. I told her "everyone is good at different things", but it got me thinking about the things we define as what “were good at” and “not good at”. Being “not good” at something can teaches us humility. Teachers always need compassion for those who struggle to learn. When a teacher has sincere understanding and patience for their student struggle it’s usually because they themselves experienced the same struggle at some point. It seems more important to spend time knowing what our contributions to this world are. Know what your legacy is while you are alive. Look at how you’ve made a difference in someone’s life. There will always be people who have been changed by who you truly are.