Monday, November 29, 2010


There is no winning or losing. Period.
I have heard this said many times. And it's true.
When we relinquish our competative view of the world we begin to succeed. For any one thing taken, another thing is lost.
In the end, your enemy is yourself and your own ego.
How does this fit into our studies? How does this make us more refined at our craft?
When we know we'll never beat another we know that we can never lose.

1 comment:

  1. Indeed! Ideas of "winning" and "losing" are inherently limiting. To abandon these distinctions is to be free. Or maybe just a non-participator?