I feel like I should comment on this because, you know…that would make me like a real blogger. Or something. But every time I start to write something, I find I’m just repeating what is stated below.
If I were a business professor and you were my student, Silver, today’s lesson might sound like this:
In the “real” world, it’s better to have loved and lost, tried and failed, dreamed and missed, than to sit out your turn in fear. Because the loss, the failure, and the miss, however painful, are merely temporary market adjustments, soon forgotten. Whereas the love, the adventure, and the dream are like investments that, for the rest of your life and beyond, never stop paying dividends.
Buy low, sell high –
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Right, Silver! “How can you lose something you’re still capable of giving? How can you fail if you haven’t stopped trying? And how can you miss as long as your still aiming?” One Gold Star on the forehead, except… Someone misspelled “you’re” again. Oh, what a shame.
Life. Writing. Following dreams. This is applicable to them all. ‘Nuff said. Have a great Thursday.