Friday, May 18, 2012

So much of our time is spent envisioning how it feels to be winning at levels that change the treble in our voice and the reduces the trouble in our lives, even though winning brings its own troubles. Yet losing is excluded as long as we are rooted in ourselves and an understanding of what really matters. If so, then we don't have to envision but rather employ the discipline that it takes to achieve. Yet so many of us lack it or so we say. But how much time do we so spend spying the success of others? If we took this time and realigned our efforts and changed our methods we would be enamored by ourselves.

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