Imagine you've been given your choice of living in two worlds. Before you decide, you listen to the inhabitants of each world, who tell you what to expect.
World One: "We live in a world of scarcity, with limited resources. Since there's not enough for everyone, some will get more than others. We have to compete with each other to see who gets more and, inevitably, who gets less.
"Of course, I intend to be the one who gets more, and that means you'll have to be satisfied with whatever's left. Unfortunately for you, I'm hard to satisfy and always want more. I can't get enough. There's only one pie for all of us, and I intend to get the biggest piece I can before it's gone.
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