User:7 Day Prayer Miracle

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Indeed, I might add that there 7 Day Prayer Miracle Review is nothing wrong with being number one, the best in the world or anything else. You know, I live in the greatest nation in the world, I have great genes, great folks, and opportunity everywhere; I have no excuse but to succeed. Failure is not an option or a choice, it is unacceptable. Folks in the US should never complain or make excuses.

You see, winning and success may not be the only thing, but losing is definitely nothing to be proud of or to aspire to. Self-reliance is important. Of course, anyone can wait for a handout or allow themselves to be defeated before they start, but that is a choice, it's no one else's fault. It's really not okay to accept defeat or use a line like; "winning is not the only thing that's important" for lack of performance. 

If you ask folks who lose and accept this so easily, they do so to convince themselves it doesn't matter, but deep down they know it does matter. So, if you make the statement; "Winning is not Everything!" Then please make sure you do not use this statement as a cop-out, because if you do, it will be imitated by your children and those around as an accepted statement, as fact.

Those who accept that winning is not important will not be the ones who finish first most often. Those who finish last all the time will generally always make this statement. Why not observe this in your own life and those around you and then access if the folks making such statements most often are winners or generally losers? Then act accordingly.

"Be careful whose advice you buy, but, be patient with those who supply it. Advice is a form of nostalgia, dispensing it is a way of fishing the past from the disposal, wiping it off, painting over the ugly parts and recycling it for more than it's worth.""All counselors praise the counsel they give, but some give counsel in their own interest. Be wary of a counselor, and learn first what is his interest, for he will take thought for himself." -Sirach 37:7-8 NRSV.

Consulting with people who have the opposite attributes to that we wish to be advised upon is a folly. It would make no sense to listen to a coward before going to war, or to discuss the approach required concerning a large task with a person adept at laziness. Why also would we ask a miser about how to give generously? -- Or an aggressive person about kindness?The person best placed to offer us advice is someone who is like-interested with us. This means they have our best interests at heart and will 'go with us' whether we fail or succeed.