At the end of every practice, Weebly's yoga instructor Lindsay has us place our hands together in front of our hearts and say "Namaste" to one another as a soulful recognition of all beings. I find this Sanskrit-derived tradition to be a beautiful way of saying The spirit, or light, in me respects the spirit and light in you. How lovely it is to acknowledge our oneness; to send a shred of love out into the infinite abyss of space and time for no other reason than it just feeling right.
What a waste of time it is to judge others in general, but specifically by their perceived abilities (or perceived lack there of). I've never understood this behavior of putting others down while measuring our own worth against the worth we assume in others. It all seems so silly, doesn't it? Shouldn't we work to boost each other up? Help to lift others to their highest potential? Just because I may be good at x,y,z does not mean that you also have to excel in that specific space, and vice versa. If God/The Universe wanted us all to be the same, he wouldn't have made us so very different. Where the heck would the fun be in that?
We share the same planet, breathe the same air and each have hearts capable of great love and great pain. That is enough common ground to warrant a little kindness from one another. The rest, frankly, are just details to help make the journey a bit more interesting.
You are not, by any stretch of the imagination, "stupid". You have talents and abilities that no other person on this planet has in your unique way.
Won't you be so kind (and brave!) as to share them with us?
And won't you be so kind (and patient!) as to encourage others to share theirs, as well?