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Competition has existed as long as mankind has existed. Even the earliest human beings who hunted, gathered, planted and harvested were involved in a sort of unwitting competition. The shepherd who sought out the best patch of grass, the hunter who was willing to go to the furthest field, the farmer who took the most meticulous care of his crops, the merchant who searched for and sold the most quality wares were in a kind of competition for the best grazing, the fattest game, the best arable acreage, the finest products. Life without competition is life without progress; a static society where the cream does not rise to the top because there would be no goals and no desire to march to the different drum beat and take something farther than it's ever been taken before. Allowing the education system to indoctrinate students with the travesty that life is not fair and that those who have the ability to excel have no more right to the fruits of their labor than the ones who sit on the sidelines and depend on government subsidies and blame their problems on someone more prosperous who refuses to pay their "fair share." After all, they didn't really build that business, the government helped. Life isn't fair, but it's unfair to everybody, not just the ones who choose to mope around and whine, it's unfair to the ones who pour themselves and their energies into making something out of themselves. When you can blame all your troubles on someone else, it justifies laziness, sloth and irresponsibility.

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