From Homo Sapiens II
All people are born equal and free. That is true in one sense. But I always thought this statement was somewhat naive and pathetic because some people are born healthy and wealthy while others are poor and sick. There are persistent inequalities. Smart and not so bright. Lucky and unfortunate. Some are born in an ethical and free country. Others are born in a terrible third-world country where is no freedom and no food. Some have a lovely family where the children are loved and cherished. Others live in an unhappy family where children are seen as a burden. The dichotomies are endless.