Mirela Magh

Bucharest, Romania

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Mirela Magh
Posted over 4 years ago
Is equality killing competition?
I think equality and the standardisation of people are two extremely different ideas and i also believe the first one - equality - does not have consequences for the second idea. No one will ever be able to make us alike in any domain. We are all different, fortunately (as a Romanian advertisement says), and this will never change. We could be equal in rights (even though I'm sure this won't happen either), equal before the law (funny, I know), equal as human beings, but every single brain will always function in a different way than all the others. On the other hand, our world doesn't need 7 billion mediocre people. This would be completely useless and if this kind of world existed, it would never know evolution. We might have been monkeys a long time ago, but we're here and that means those monkeys wanted something more. That something must be us, we shouldn't waste our personal energy by being less that we can be:)
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Mirela Magh
Posted over 4 years ago
Does sharing ideas change minds?
Definitely yes. In fact, I think this situation is like the difference between a person who has always lived in the same little town (and has communicated with a limited number of people) and one who traveled his/her whole life, discovering new cultures and new perspectives about everything life is supposed to be. TED gives us all the chance to improve somehow the quality of our lives - it might sound exagerated, but I really feel that. Plus, the human nature is doing its job and we have this great curiosity that makes us want to find more and more about things that we like, that interest us, that intrigue us.So in a way TED gives us also an impulse to.. at least to enrich our general culture. (I'm sorry if I made grammar mistakes, I tried to make myself understood)