Imbalance is usually a problem: whether it be your own diet or the distribution of international nuclear power. Where there is imbalance it usually means something is wrong. Equality is good; parity is good ‒ inequality and unevenness are generally bad.
Distribution of wealth, job opportunities, hormone levels, reporting on political or social issues, the economy, the environment, the population . . . can all be cited as showing imbalance. You may wish to interpret imbalance in a more positive or negative way as being complementary ‒ the choice is yours.October 04, 2011 | Comments Off