"Put 'em in their place"

"Then one day I realized that even though it took all day, I was attaining my spiritual equilibrium daily, ... and my life and marriage became more secure and harmonious."

This phrase usually refers to bringing people's ego down a notch. When they have assumed a superior attitude, one might "put 'em in their place" with a humbling statement. Then there's the other side of the coin. Those we care about might have resigned themselves to a very low place, and we long to lift them higher.

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