Sarah and Diane have a conversation about their differences in their sport abilities.
This can be applied to Economics and Income Inequality as well. Because of their natural sports abilities, each of their income would be different. Sarah could be a professional track runner, but Diane couldn't be. Just as Diane could be a professional basketball player, but Sarah couldn't. Due to their specific abilities, their income could be different from each others, as well as any person who doesn't have their abilities, demonstrating a case of income inequality.
Yo Sarah, what gives? I'm taller and have longer legs than you. Doesn't that mean I should run faster than you?
Diane, we were born differently. We were born to different parents with different genes. Both my parents ran track in college, remember?
We don't have the same abilities. Just because I can run faster than you doesn't mean I can dunk a basketball like you can.
Our natural abilities are what makes us unique from everyone else! in this school!
Huh. I guess you're right. I've never thought about it that way before. I am the only girl here who can dunk like Lebron.