The Cosmic Woman feels no need to compete with anyone. She competes only with the task at hand. To her, the challenge of doing things well is competition enough. She has no need to prove she is better than another because her satisfaction comes from doing a good job. She finds that the competitive spirit, which has been sold as the key to success, only leads to unsavory ego gratification and an unnatural need to consume goods.
In spite of her reticence to compete, she usually ends up in a favorable position, for she performs well and is thorough. Expecting only the best, she gets the best. She wins without stepping on a number of bodies to do so. Knowing that she has an inalienable right to the space she occupies, she is not threatened when people get close. She does not have to defend her turf, since she carries her sense of home with her.
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