Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Food For Thought

Too much caution is bad. By avoiding things we fear, we may let ourselves in for unhappy consequences. It is usually wiser to stand up to a scary-seeming experience and walk right into it, risking the bruises or hard knocks. You are likely to find it is not as tough as you had thought. Or you may find it plenty tough, but also discover you have what it takes to handle it. - Unknown

When a dog recognizes the footsteps of his master, he begins to caper, dance and wag everything behind his ears. He wants to leap out of his skin to let his master know how glad he is to see him. With this kind of enthusiastic ‘Hello’. who can resist him? You simply must be his friend because he lets you know so emphatically that he wants to be yours. - Unknown

The most important thing in any game is not to win but to take part. Similarly, the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well. - Unknown

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