Why Are We Competing?

God's qualities constitute a heavenly endowment for man of everything that is good, real, perfect, and permanent. There is no other supply, satisfaction, power, or government. All God's children forever share the beneficence of God in equally abundant proportions.

And yet, believing that our existence is mortal and material rather than spiritual, we place ourselves in competition. We feel that we must struggle to meet our needs. And we are persuaded that we must prove to ourselves, our families, our friends, our business associates, and even to strangers that we are doing better than someone else.

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