Wednesday, September 07, 2005

As long as you get it, the label is not important

If you get the essence of things, the label that comes with it is not the important thing. For example, your friend who does not formally belong to a computer firm or own a computer engineering degree, and therefore does not call himself an 'IT professional', may actually know the works better than those with the correct labels and business cards. So don't classify people according to labels (e.g. street kids, druggies etc.), and feel uncomfortable with people/situations just because of labels. After all, all these labels were only invented by some humans.