The term equal has been tossed around a lot in mathematics. Most equations never find defined answer. If you look at the most complex equations, the equal sign is almost never used. M-Theory is still undefined. Quantum mechanics, Chaos Theory and Entanglement all have defined values, right? Think again. This matter has perplexed physicists for decades since Einstein, Heisenberg and Dirac hit the scene. Work finding answers in this field drove some of these brilliant minds to the brink of insanity. Wolfgang Pauli is one example of that.
Knowing this, try to use the word equality with the complex nature of humans. The definitions of gender roles have eroded for good or for worse. It depends on who you are and how you think. Definite has no place in human nature due to the dynamics of what humans are. Defining by race, social status, sex, religion or political viewpoint is volatile at best because no human can be pigeon-holed into a single definition. Acting without definition or hierarchy toward all humans, respecting differences and likenesses? That becomes the act that cures the pain—something that physicists can’t do with their numbers. Einstein knew that when he gave up his work. He admitted that the indefinable was in charge of the numbers that vexed him all his life.
Humans are not numbers.
Acting without defining, allowing each person to be treated with dynamic respect at all levels is an act that reiterates what scientists are discovering in Chaos Theory: the dynamics of the universe are clearly genius, but indefinable. Entanglement states that we are all connected. That means that giving to others is also giving to you. Online charity, giving to a cause, or giving to your daughter is giving to you as well. It is also the least definable power in the universe, and perhaps the greatest.