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2015-08-28T11:36:04+05:30

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Don't let your fear of failing win over the joy of participating. Participation is more important than fear of failure.Winning is not a sometime thing, it's an all time thing. You don't win once in a while, you don't do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.
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2015-08-28T23:44:07+05:30

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Winning is not as important as participating:

People always think of success. They think of winning. But, they don't always realize that, winning is not so important than participating. Yes, I agree with that winning is good, as I am not denying this thing. But, participating is the main thing, as there is always something to learn and know which we don't know, so that we can aim at my weaknesses, and work hard at it. 

Yes, but if you can win that is also good, but winning doesn't teach you something (but, of course - it teaches us the joy of winning); winning is something you take over because, you know a lot about it. So, there is nothing to learn by winning; but, if we fail at a time, we have a chance to recognize that weaknesses of ours, and instead of breaking up with sadness and emotion - our goal should be to study it so much that the next time - no one can win over us. We always have to participate and if we encounter failure, we will try to win it next time. 

If you feel so sad that you could not do it at the first try, then try not to be so. It is ok to fail the first time, not all men are such lucky goodies. Do you know even famous people strived for excellence which did not come to them very easily. Notable examples are Albert Einstein and Thomas Alva Edison - they did not seem to doing very well at their childhood : read their biographies and learn many wonderful things which might also give you more courage. 

So, I briefly conclude my speech in favour of the fact that, " Winning is not always so important than participating ". 
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