I feel that overwhelming mass has the tendency to make like I am more than others or vise-versa. I try not to judge upon that basis though.
There are lots of reasons that people feel superior to others. Maybe because they are rich, famous, or have a higher station in life. Some people feel superior because of their faith, they are above sinners, some people feel superior because of their intellect, they think others are not as smart as they are.
Intelligence, lifestyles, and cultures are the reasons for people thinking they superior to others. Also, careers.
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