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Author Topic: What is the difference Between Thriving and Competing?  (Read 344 times)


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What is the difference Between Thriving and Competing?
« on: January 01, 2019, 12:28:42 PM »

Back on track for 2019... we all got a little lazy in 2018, but good resolutions are starting to kick in. LOL

here is essential topic that will help further our cause
Thriving does not imply competition to start with, thriving for life means growing vigorously, but since our society is materialistic to no end, its original meaning has been extended to gain in wealth (and even profiting from conflicts). In a money-free society, it is intrinsically referred to growing to achieve abundance by voluntary cooperation.

Competition on the other end, rather suggests an external opposing force that makes one act against any conventional wisdom. Such as hunger, poverty or power. Competition defines survival by aggression either morally or physically, or both. Competition also implies to be left behind and stripped from all one’s birthrights if deemed necessary by the environment or… simply failing to compete.

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If man was given the dominion over Nature it is precisely to find an escape from Darwinism.