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Answered by Quan Yin messenger (Originally in Chinese)
Q: To live in today's society, competition with others is unavoidable. As such, does this infringe upon the merciful teaching of the enlightened Masters?A: Master has said that a competitive attitude is not necessarily bad, as long as the competition is lawful and fair. For example, when we make food, it must be better than the others and worth the money the buyers spend. Genuine competition not only calls for beautiful packaging, but the food also must be delicious. If the food is not good, not well packed, is inedible, or if we ask God and the Master to help ruin our competitors' business, that is not a good attitude. Actually, a competitive attitude is a good one because we can learn from the successes of others and by looking at our mistakes, so as to correct them, improve our business, and make it more attractive. In such circumstances, we have the right to compete because it is legitimate, rational, and ethical.
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