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Articles tagged as Competition

  • Inability to Stand Others’ Weaknesses Is Our Weakness

    When we are good at something, we can easily spot others’ weaknesses in that area. For example, if we are good at language, our attention automatically zooms to others’ grammatical shortcomings.

  • Friendly Fire

    Admittedly, although we desire these friendly connections with everyone around us, it just doesn’t seem to work out in real life. Fighting and friction seem an integral part of social intercourse. 

  • Comparative, Competitive Religion

    Often, the competitive desire to “be the best” can carry over into our divine pursuit. We mentally create a spiritual CV and proceed to judge our success based on the achievements, recognition and respect that we can build up within our spiritual circle.

  • Celebrating Another's Success: An Antidote To Envy

    I realized that envy is the most unfortunate aspect of human nature. Not only is the envious person rendered unhappy by his or her envy, but they also wish to inflict misfortune on others.

  • Learning Shouldn’t Be a Competitive Sport That Only a Few Can Succeed At

    Empathy, respect, trust, courage and gratitude are the five values representing the heart of the University of Cambridge primary school.