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January 24, 2020


Humble Warrior

Choose Love! This is a classic speech


”So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality. What we really want seems impossibly out of reach and ridiculous to expect so we never dare to ask the universe for it.”

Right out of the textbook of the NFL, NBA and MLB. They have convinced so many they can make it, get the Big Money and the fame (and beautiful women!). The result is an even bigger pool of potential athletes, further raising the level of play and salaries, but the total number of jobs is unchanged and even those who do make it will have an incredibly short career of 3 years in MLB, 4 in NFL and 5 in the NBA. And what about all those left behind, the ones that did not study in college, but spent all their time in the weight room? We will never know because only winners write books.

Personally, I think “fear” disguised as practicality is a good thing. It keeps food on the table for the family, allows you to sleep at night and is a bigger win for society as a whole. Of course we need those “risk takers” who bet everything on a business deal, jumping out of a balloon at 100,000 or climbing K2. It makes for great drama and TV.

Enjoy the day.


Dear Anand,This artcle I makes a lot of sense. That is why Some are on the top(Fear less ) while some in the middlle (practcal) one does need to accept where is, as he is & accept himself &Be Happy.Leena

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