September 2, 2012

The Real End Result


We may have success. We may have failure. Of course we focus on the end result. But is it truly the end result that matters? Perhaps it is what we do with the end result that is of more importance. Success may cause us to become complacent or careless. Failure may spur us on to great things and teach us persistence. The Dao masters have told us that in every loss, there can be gain and in every gain, there can be loss. One step leads to another. A turn in the seemingly wrong direction may be the best thing we ever did.

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