"LET THERE BE NO STRIFE"

Competition plays a certain role in business, in some forms of research, in the arts, and in academic studies. Through honest competition inferior products and poor services are often eliminated. Better records of achievement benefit all mankind. Yet often competition becomes strife or rivalry and results in jealousy, greed, self-glorification, or discouragement.

Strife and rivalry thrive wherever there is a belief in limited good. Only as mankind breaks through the belief of limitation are strife and greedy competition dissolved.

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