Did it ever occur to you that the Holy Trinity - the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - is an equilateral, and thus equiangular, triangle? The triune God could have chosen to be an acute triangle, right triangle, scalene, isosceles, or obtuse triangle, but They did not.
It must be because the members of this godhead or community of three are on equal footing. Theirs is a kingdom of Love - hinged on "mutual submission."
The ff. is taken from Companion 2003 (Shepherd's Voice Publications). Please refer to Ephesians 5:21-32 re. reverence of wives to husbands and vice versa.
"Paul begins his exhortation concerning relationships in the household with an exhortation to mutual submission. No Christian is greater than another. We all stand equal as redeemed sinners before God. Jesus constantly tells His disciples that they are not to 'lord it over one another.' Likewise, the same is true for us in all our relationships. Let us pray that we will be able to discover the depth of love that will no longer necessitate an overbearing use of authority and thus imitate the way that the three persons relate within the Trinity." (Fr. Steve Tynan, MGL)
To paraphrase a similar passage from a Claretian Publications note: There's only one head, Jesus Christ (and, of course, the two-thirds of the triune Persona). The rest of us are just members.
(Again, from Companion's Fr. Steve Tynan, MGL) "We are all equal in the sight of God. With God there are no favorites. He pours out His love on all people, even those who sin. This is a good thing, as since we are all sinners, our only hope is that God will overlook our sinfulness in helping us to do something about it. Let us pray that we are strong enough to let go of our own prejudices and learn to love with the same sort of love that God has for us."
Read the ff. passage (James 2:1-5): "My brothers, show no partiality as you adhere to the faith in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ. For if a man with gold rings on his fingers and in fine clothes comes into your assembly, and a poor person in shabby clothes also comes in, and you pay attention to the one wearing the fine clothes and say, "Sit here, please," while you say to the poor one, "Stand there," or "Sit at my feet," have you not made distinctions among yourselves and become judges with evil designs? Listen, my beloved brothers. Did not God choose those who are poor in the world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom that he promised to those who love him?"