The beauty of inanimate objects is they have no idea who is using them….it doesn’t matter. Computers fall into that category. Keyboards have no idea if the fingers typing out commands are young or old…male or female. They don’t care what religion you are…what cultural background you came from…or how rich or poor you are. The keys on a computer only care about the pressure on them to type out a command to execute some function.
It helps of course if the fingers doing the typing know what they are doing….that they have been trained to enter the commands properly. This often comes from textbooks. Like the keys on a computer, a book doesn’t care who picks it up. A book doesn’t know who is reading it….it only knows that someone has opened it up and flipped through the pages in search of knowledge. Man or woman, young or old, the book doesn’t care.
That rolled up diploma that sits on the table on graduation day doesn’t know who it will go to. It sits patiently on the table waiting to be handed out to someone that is deserving, someone that has worked hard to earn it being presented to. The diploma doesn’t care that the hand it is placed in is male or female, young or old, it only cares that it is well cared for and perhaps kept in a nice place..
That degree or certificate doesn’t really know what kind of frame it is placed in. It doesn’t know how high on the wall it is….or if it’s straight or a tad crooked. It doesn’t really know what kind of office it’s in, or what floor, or if it’s in a corner office with a view. It only knows that it has been well earned and that from time to time a familiar face will stare at it…and smile.
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