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TALKING ABOUT SELF-WORTH doesn't usually lead to a discussion on the world's most delicious cuisine, but for those who struggle with comparisons, as I have, the analogy is fitting (especially if you love food). If asked to compare my favorite dishes from around the globe—to choose between Mexican and Indian, between Thai food and Mediterranean fare—I'd be hesitant. My immediate response would be to question the rationality of such an endeavor: "Why, I appreciate each country's culinary creativity!"
About the author
Jenny Sawyer is a senior English major at Bryn Mawr College near Philadelphia. She is writing her undergraduate thesis on children's literature.
You do matter
with contributions from Sancy Nason Childs, Patti Mehring, Kristina M. Neiman, Oliver Hirsh
items of interest
with contributions from Nancy A. Peddle, Mark I. Pinsky, Betsy Mason
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