We strive to do our best, but there’s a fine line between “do your best” and “be the best.” While the first is part of our human nature, the second one can become a trap and put us under immense pressure. I should strive to become “the best version of myself,” but comparing myself to others can kill the joy. Technology today aims to help us to keep track of improvements — Fitbits count our steps taken, monitor our sleep or count the calories we take in. While these possibilities can be helpful, it could drive us to focus too much on our ego and lose track of our neighbor. But what if we improve our skills in order to love better?