Since the beginning of the Lord’s creation, human has been a collective being. He remarked His every work good except the creation of the first man, for He said: “It is not good for the man to be alone.” We know our uniqueness through observing our differences; We understand ourselves through ‘comparison.’ How beautiful it is if the variety of His creations is applauded through ‘comparison.’ Yet, while the sins first visited us, together, the envy came. Since then, ‘comparison’ has accompanied a mixture of negative moods like jealousy, anger, and even hatred. In serving for divine ministries, He urges us to focus on Jesus. Peter asked Jesus, “What about John, Lord?” Jesus did not answer him directly but reminded him: “If I want John to remain alive until I return, what is that to you?- John 21:22.” The Lord has assigned us a unique track. No matter how harsh the track, running across the tracks would only lead to disqualification. So Jesus guided Peter’s focus back on Him and said: “As for you, follow me.”