It is easy to feel sorry for or look to help someone who we perceive has less (not only materially) than us.
But what if I were to say that this is a little trick our primitive nature plays on us, what that somehow shake the core of many of our beliefs?
By creating a pecking order of the haves and have nots, it actually place the have nots in a lower position than us thus satisfying our automatic brain's instinct to place us above others in order to "protect" us or insulate us from danger.
We all have a primitive nature and we all have a divine nature.
To access the latter, I feel it is essential to recognize that even someone we perceive as bigger, better, richer, better looking, more social, smarter...even Tigger has a soul.