Music, Sports, God, Humanity and Society.
The world will never be perfect, because humans have constructed all of society to work according to lower classes and consumers. If there are no lower class workers and consumers, everything falls apart. So, where I live (in the UK) secondary school exam boards check their papers for a normal distribution where 50% of students are getting above a certain threshold (e.g. a 'C' Grade for GCSE) and the other 50% are getting below that. If the distribution is positive (more students are getting a grade below the threshold) then the exam will be seen as too hard, and grade boundaries will be changed. But if the distribution is negative (more students getting a grade above the threshold) then the exam will be seen as too easy, and grade boundaries will also change. The sad truth is, even if everybody in the UK worked their butts off to get an A*, exam boards will change the boundaries, so that some students will be destined for badly-paid but necessary jobs to keep society going.
the arts, society - anything and everything. I get passionate really easily.
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