If you want to know what’s unique about yourself, compete.

If you want to know what’s unique about yourself, compete.

If you want acceptance and validation, cooperate.

If you want to find out what’s unique about yourself and be accepted and validated for your uniqueness, compete and cooperate at the same time.

If you want to be stereotyped, join a “we” group.
Then you can compete against the “not we” group.

Then the “not we” group will know what is unique about your “we” group.

Your “we” group will know what is unique about your “not we” group.

But all the selves get just a little bit lost in the process.

Still unique but with less self-knowledge as the areas of acceptance and validation of the “we” group allows one to hide from one’s self.

The “not we” group will then get the knowledge that might have gone to you.

Other members of the “we” group will also get the knowledge that might have gone to you when there is internal “we”/”not we” competition within the “we” group.

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