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Competition based on how much you possess is a losing battle

Competition based on how much you possess is a losing battle Competition based on how much you possess is a losing battle
Emile, Or Treatise on Education
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The propriety, the fashions, and the customs which derive from luxury and high style confine the course of life to the dullest uniformity. The pleasure one wants to enjoy in others‘ eyes is lost for everyone; it is enjoyed neither by them nor by oneself.

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