A match may be right or may be wrong. It depends on the subject of the race and the methods I follow. If the object is worth it, then I am not striving in vain in my fight. If not, I struggle in vain, I fight in vain and in the end I do not win anything.
Unneeded struggle means labor without profit, without result and not only that. It means a serious waste of time and power that could be used for another more remarkable fight. For this reason, people of living faith are invited every day to clarify both the goal and the methods of their struggles so that they can measure profits or learn from mistakes and damages.
If I consider my competitors as enemies, then I have lost my goal in the first place and my fight not only does not have a good result, but it also hurts me and does me great harm, because I created enemies where they did not exist. The expense of my forces in unnecessary struggles leads to bankruptcy.
The expense of my forces to substantial goals not only helps me, but it also has positive effects on my surroundings.