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In thinking about competition, I love working with the following idea that Mary Baker Eddy includes in Retrospection and Introspection: “Each individual must fill his own niche in time and eternity” (p. 70). To me, this is such a lovely treatment for the fear that might seem to stem from a false sense of competition. What seems to be behind this fear? That somehow there isn’t enough good to go around. ... we know that this just can’t be the case. God—good—is infinite, which includes all success, employment, supply, happiness, purpose, fulfillment, love, and right place. Heather Libbe

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